Shirley Ballas has ditched her crutches as she celebrated her 60th birthday along with her boyfriend and mum.
The Strictly Come Dancing decide appeared in excessive spirits as she hobbled round with the assistance of her family members – simply two months after breaking her ankle.
Shirley had an enormous grin on her face as she marked her birthday weekend with mum Audrey and boyfriend Danny Taylor at London’s Shangri-La Resort.
Within the footage, Shirley paired her skinny denims with a Gucci belt and a cute tweed jacket.
She completed her look off with a pair of pale pink trainers, having just lately had her pink solid eliminated.
The Strictly Come Dancing decide was additionally pictured holding onto a big bouquet of flowers and carrying a birthday balloon.
Shirley’s boyfriend Danny, 47, opted for an informal look with a pair of darkish blue denims and a plain white t-shirt.
All through Sunday, Shirley additionally re-posted a number of birthday needs from her celeb pals and followers as she celebrated her large day.
The tv character’s birthday weekend got here shortly after the star vowed to return for the following season of Strictly, regardless of her foot damage.
Shirley beforehand revealed that she suffered a clear break to her ankle firstly of July and needed to have her foot put right into a solid whereas it healed.
On the time she mentioned on her Instagram : “I am studying to stroll on these crutches – crutches, proper foot, shut, a bit just like the Waltz.
“Anyway, I will be completely fantastic for Strictly.”
Regardless of the setback, it hasn’t stopped Shirley having a fun-filled summer season and he or she even loved a visit to Windsor Fortress in a wheelchair.
Strictly Come Dancing is predicted to return to tv screens in late October with a bunch of celeb faces together with Jamie Laing and Maisie Smith.
Shirley can be anticipated to return alongside judges Craig Revel-Horwood and Motsi Mabuse, nevertheless Bruno Tonioli will probably be absent from the sooner phases of the competitors.
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