'Strictly Come Dancing's Janette Manrara desperate for kids
- Bang Showbiz
- 28 May 2016
'Strictly Come Dancing's Janette Manrara is desperate to have children with her fiancé Aljaž Skorjanec but wants to get married before they start trying for a baby
'Strictly Come Dancing's Janette Manrara wants children.
The beautiful dancing professional is desperate to start a family with her fiancé Aljaž Skorjanec but thinks they should focus on their forthcoming wedding before they talk babies.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Janette said: "We talk about having children - I think the first call is to figure out when we're getting married, we still haven't stepped over that stone yet.
"I'm 32, it's a little bit scary because my body clock is ticking but Aljaž and I love kids, he's very good with kids which makes me very happy."
But it's not just their wedding that's holding them back as the couple are also preoccupied with competing on 'SCD'.
Janette explained: "Right now our biggest priority is to dance as much as we can, keep doing hopefully incredible routines on the show, keep pushing the forefront with 'Strictly' and hopefully maintain it as the number on show on TV as much as we can and then go from there.
"I've always been one to take life as it comes so when it comes we'll see what happens."
However, the duo aren't 100 per cent sure they will be given the green light to return to the Ballroom and Latin show when it hits screens with another series later this year.
She said: "We only sign annual contracts so Aljaž and I don't yet know if we're coming back, we find out in the next few weeks, May / June is normally when we get the phone call. It is scary, we just keep our fingers crossed and hope we did a good enough job to get brought back. We are so supportive of each other so I don't doubt that if one of us wasn't there we'd be supportive of each other because it's an incredible opportunity and we are lucky to both have it so whatever happens we will take it on board and move forward with it but fingers crossed we're both there."