The Australian professional dancer, who met YouTube star Joe on the BBC dance show in 2018, organised a very special birthday party as her boyfriend celebrated the milestone during a trip to South Wales with his sister Zoe Sugg and her partner Alfie Deyes.
Taking to Instagram, Joe shared a collection of snaps with his 5.5million followers, captioned: “The Big 3 0.. @diannebuswell has outdone herself and made today so so special for me. Thank you so much for all the lovely messages.”
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Dianne, 32, who enlisted the help of The Party Planner, posed with her beau Joe, 30, alongside new parents Zoe, also known as Zoella, and Alfie, who recently welcomed their baby girl Ottilie Rue Deyes, against the backdrop of a huge gold ring decked with balloons.
The YouTube star was also treated to an igloo featuring an electric fire and ‘happy birthday’ in neon lights for a cosy evenings under the stars.
We can see that the group also had a grazing table with plush cushions to sit on as they took in their stunning countryside surroundings.
Joe was also treated to a delicious wine tasting afternoon with Dianne and shared a snap of cured meats and wine glasses at a vineyard.
The loved-up couple also enjoyed a sunny afternoon of paddle boarding to round off the idyllic weekend away.
It comes after Dianne has told fans that she wants children in a sweet confession during an Instagram question and answer session.
Dianne was asked in a recent Q&A on her Instagram whether she wanted children of her own. In response, Dianne shared a lovely photo with her nephew, captioned: “I do. I love kids this is my nephew” followed by a string of heart emojis.
Meanwhile Joe’s career has been soaring since he appeared on Strictly. Earlier this year he bagged an acting role in The Syndicate.
Speaking about landing his first ever TV role, he said: “I’m really excited about it. To get an opportunity to be in something like this is amazing.”
As well as starring as an extra in period drama Cranford when he was a little boy, Joe also had a lead role in the London West End production of musical Waitress in its 2019 run.