Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev are MARRIED! Pregnant star and Strictly beau tie the knot in Vegas

Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev are MARRIED! Pregnant star and Strictly beau & # 39; button the button in the secret Vegas wedding & # 39;

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Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev are reportedly married in a secret Vegas wedding.

The couple flew to Las Vegas on Friday after claiming they had no plans to get married.

But sources claim that their family members & # 39; happy & # 39; be that they are the second pair to marry after a meeting on BBC show Strictly.

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One of them said: & # 39; They wanted to make sure they were just two of them and everything was kept as quiet as possible.

& # 39; They did it in complete secrecy – even most of their friends and family had no idea they were going there to get married.

& # 39; By keeping everything a well-kept secret, they pulled it out and surprised their loved ones. Of course everyone is delighted. & # 39;

Rachel has announced that she is pregnant by posing in front of a sign with letters, in which & # 39; r tiny mate & # 39; describes what an anagram is for & # 39; maternity & # 39; when she laid her hands on her thriving baby bump.

The star subtitled with: & # 39; Pash and I have a mystery for you … you have until December to work it out! We are excited about the moon. & # 39;

The mathematician started dating Strictly Professional Pasha when they met and became partners in the show in 2013, officially going with their romance in 2014.

Rachel ended her 16-month marriage with James Gilbert three months after the series, they met while studying at the University of Oxford.

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While the couple rarely share details of their romance, Rachel admitted she wasn't looking for a relationship when she met the ballroom star in an interview with The Sun in 2018.

Rachel revealed: & # 39; I can only speak for myself, but if I had seen on paper that I would have ended up with a Russian style dancer – we didn't even have the same language growing up, I loved football and math – it didn't have not really work. & # 39;

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