Strictly Come Dancing star Will Mellor has been pictured enjoying a family night out with his stunning wife Michelle McSween and their son Jayden, 18.
The actor, 43, was able to head for a rare night out on a Saturday thanks to the Strictly musicals special being moved to Friday due to the World Cup.
The Coronation Street star took full advantage of a free Saturday night and attended a Gatsby Christmas Show at the London Cabaret Club with his family.
Will and wife Michelle, who met when they starred together in stage musical Oh, What A Night in 1999, were also joined by 18 year old son Jayden’s girlfriend Ella Boland.
The couple are also parents to daughter Renee, 14, and together with her brother the siblings have been showing their support for their dad on Strictly.
Will looked dapper for the evening in a three-piece suit with a navy jacket, while Jayden looked equally smart in a blue suit with a brown tie and matching shoes.
And wife Michelle, who wore her hair in curls, dressed up to the nines for the night, looking glamorous in a leopard print dress and cream boots.
The family’s night out came after Will got through to the semi-finals of the BBC One dancing competition the day before.
Will and his professional partner Nancy Xu impressed the judges with their Foxtrot to a song from Miss Saigon, scoring an incredible 39 points.
Their huge score left them joint top of the leader board with presenter Helen Skelton and her professional partner Gorka Marquez.
But it was the dance off for Molly Rainford and her professional partner Carlos Gu and Kym Marsh and her professional partner Graziano Di Prima, with Morning Live presenter Kym being the one who had to say goodbye to the competition.
Kym and Graziano had only just returned to the show after having to miss a week after Kym tested positive for Covid-19.
As she made her exit, the Hear-Say singer spoke wanting to make her father, who has been receiving treatment in hospital following a prostate cancer diagnosis, happy.
She said: “My dad has been so proud and it’s kind of kept him going.
“When he was in hospital last week, and obviously we weren’t here, all these guys sent him videos and it meant such a lot.
“My grandchildren are so proud. Honestly I’ve loved every single second that I’ve been here. I never thought I’d get to this stage in a million years.
“I have to say, it’s all down to this man (Di Prima) here, he is just wonderful and he will be my friend forever."
Kym, 46, added: “What a journey it’s been, this show is just wonderful, it shows you things about yourself you don’t know, it shows you how tough you can be.
“Everybody, the crew, the celebs, the pros, costume, make-up, everyone is amazing. I’ve had the best time, so thank you.”
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