Strictly star Aljaz Skorjanec says he's 'not sorry' after fans...
Strictly star Aljaz Skorjanec says he's 'not sorry' after fans rush to comment on his latest Instagram post

Strictly star Aljaz Skorjanec says he's 'not sorry' after fans rush to comment on his latest Instagram post

Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer, Aljaž Škorjanec, has said "sorry not sorry" to fans as he shared an adorable photo of his three-week old old daughter, who he shares with fellow Strictly pro Janette Manrara, to Instagram and confirmed that his profile was no longer his own, but that of daughter Lyra Rose. Showing the newborn to the camera as his cheeky reflection was seen cradling her in the mirror's background, Aljaž told his 567k followers: "In case you haven’t noticed this is not my profile anymore.. #sorrynotsorry". And fans, it seems, aren't at all miffed about it as they rushed into his comments to praise him for being a "doting father". Read more: Celebrity MasterChef: Wynne Evans wows judges with 'Chippy Alley' inspired dish Instagram One wrote: "The dictionary needs updating, under 'doting father' it now just needs a photo of Aljaz", while another said: "Got Daddy wrapped round her little fingers for life." A third and fourth also penned: "Such a beautiful baby girl. With her lovely Daddy," and "The smile on your face in the mirror says it all." This post comes just two days after the new father shared an adorable snap of him kissing Lyra, who was born on July 28, wrapped in a blanket embroidered with her name on, on the cheek - but the comments weren't as supportive, with many of his followers criticising the headband she was wearing. Captioning the picture "Every day... All day", Aljaž received double-edged comments such as: "Beautiful don’t like the headband thou" and " Beautiful but don't think headband is necessary." The arrival of their daughter was extra special for Aljaž and Janette, who married in July 2017, as they were about to turn to IVF treatment for help getting pregnant when Janette discovered, at the age of 39, she was expecting. The pair have been open about their journey to becoming parents. Talking to Hello! magazine ahead of the birth , professional dancer Janette said: "For the past couple of years we hadn’t been using protection but nothing was happening, so we thought IVF was the next best thing for us to do. “I turn 40 later this year and the NHS offers really good services to women under 40. The doctor said that as soon as I got my period we would start injections, but my period never came. “I know that IVF can be really strenuous on a woman’s body and there is no guarantee it will work, so to know that this little miracle just came from a wonderful night we had together is amazing. I think the baby decided to make mum and dad panic a bit before saying, ‘Ok, fine, I’m coming up now.'” For more showbiz and television stories get our newsletter here .

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