Gemma Atkinson, 34, and Gorka Marquez, 28, first met on the BBC series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2017, and now the couple are gearing up to become first-time parents. The Radio Hits DJ uploaded a video clip in view of her 971,000 followers, where she can be seen on a balcony and pointing towards a stunning view. She captioned the short clip: “As I brush my teeth, hop into bed and set my alarm for 3.45am for work tomorrow, I really miss this view. “Our holiday seems so long ago already.”
The former Emmerdale actress was referring to the couple’s recent getaway to the sunny isles of Spain which the pair visited last month.
Her beau Gorka replied to the post writing: “Miss that view!! And more even you,” followed by a heart emoji.
The couple’s growing family was confirmed in a heart-warming Instagram earlier this year.
The loved-up couple confirmed their romance in a heartwarming post on Instagram back in 2018.
Meanwhile, the blonde bombshell made a cheeky jibe at her beau who is currently travelling with his Strictly Come Dancing co-stars.
Gemma seemingly appeared to confirm when Gorka is at home as she usually has a photo calendar of the champion boxer Anthony Joshua on her wall.
Taking to her Instagram stories to share a snap of the pro-dancer in his calendar 2019, she captioned the post: “He’s [Gorka] up instead of Anthony Joshua ONLY for the next 10 days while he’s away.”
Elsewhere, the former Hollyoaks star recently hit out at dog owners who involve their pets with illegal dog fighting.
Dog fighting is illegal in the UK and those prosecute could receive a six-month sentence.
Gemma is the proud owner of two dogs, Ollie and Norman, and took to her Instagram page to denounce illegal dog fighting.
She shared a picture of a pitbull looking up at his owner with the message: “This is the most dangerous animal in the world.
“It is responsible for MILLIONS of deaths every day. By its side, a Pit Bill sits peacefully.”
Gemma shared the post, with the caption: “Saddens me to hear about the amount of illegal dog fighting here in the UK.
“If you are a human, and you take pleasure in seeing these dogs suffer, you’re an a******* and I hope that one day you have the balls to take your issues out on some one who can fight back fairly.
“But then again you wouldn’t dare, because people like you are all cowards.”
Dog fighting involves dogs which are “trained to fight and are pitted against each other with the aim of inflicting as much pain and damage as possible,” as quoted by the RSPCA.