Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse looks elegant in a bridal jumpsuit as she and husband Evgenij Voznyuk renew their wedding vows in a Maldives beach ceremony
She married her second husband back in 2017.
And on Saturday, Motsi Mabuse, 41, and Evgenij Voznyuk, 39, renewed their wedding vows in a stunning barefoot beach ceremony in the Maldives.
The Strictly judge looked elegant in a bridal white jumpsuit, boasting a strapless neckline, a fitted waist and a chic skirt-like layer.
She beamed with happiness alongside her dapper beau, who was dressed in a light grey tux, complete with a bow tie, white shirt and button hole.
Taking to Instagram, Motsi uploaded an array of loved-up snaps from their intimate ceremony, which featured rose petals scattered across the sand and a wedding cake adorned with butterflies.
Love is in the air! On Saturday, Motsi Mabuse, 41, and Evgenij Voznyuk, 39, renewed their wedding vows in a stunning barefoot beach ceremony in the Maldives
Happy: Taking to Instagram, she uploaded an array of loved-up snaps from the ceremony, which featured rose petals scattered on the sand and a wedding cake adorned with butterflies
Stunning: The Strictly judge looked elegant in a bridal white jumpsuit, boasting a strapless neckline, a fitted waist and a chic skirt-like layer
Alongside the photographs, the caption read in German: ‘Love is in the air! Motsi Mabuse tied the knot with her husband Evgenij Voznyuk a second time in the Maldives.
‘This is how the two sealed their great love and we congratulate them from the bottom of our hearts.’
Motsi and Evgenij have a four-year-old daughter together, whose name has never publicly been shared.
Last March, Motsi revealed that her Ukrainian husband’s family had moved into her house in Germany following the Russian invasion.
Speaking on This Morning, the Strictly judge said Evgenijs parents made it safely out of their country to Germany, where she thinks they will remain ‘forever’.
Motsi previously voiced her fears for her in-laws after their hometown of Kharkiv was bombed.
Last January, Motsi insisted that despite her hectic schedule, she always makes sure that her family is her top priority.
In an interview with Germany’s BILD der Frau, she said: ‘Family always comes first! Everything else is organised around it.’
Love: She beamed with happiness alongside her dapper beau, who was dressed in a light grey tux, complete with a bow tie, white shirt and button hole
Mabuse was born in Kraalhoek, which is now in South Africa, and her family moved to Pretoria when she was five.
Under the Apartheid system, blacks were not allowed in the city, which was a Boer stronghold, so her family had to live in nearby Mabopane. Here streets were not even given names, so Mabuse lived in Block C, and went to her Kindergarten in Block X.
Here the family experienced different forms of racism, but she says she was always encouraged by her parents not to let it stop her from getting ahead in life.
In her book, ‘Chilli im Blut’ (Chilli in the blood), Mabuse recalls how her mother was once verbally abused by a white woman for simply entering a supermarket near Pretoria. But even here young Motsi’s mother told her and her sister never to let such behaviour intimidate her.
‘Now don’t make such shocked faces. No matter what this white woman said, she doesn’t have the right to do so.
‘Never let a white person convince you that you have no business being in a certain place just because you are black.’
Congratulations! Alongside the photographs, the caption read in German: ‘Love is in the air!’
While studying law at the University of Pretoria, Mabuse began dancing and entering competitions, and in 1998 was the runner up in the National Olympics for Latin American dance.
In 2003 she married Timo Kulczak, who she had danced with at the British Open Championship in Blackpool.
By 2007 the name Motsi Mabuse was famous in Germany based on her participation in the dance show Let’s Dance, where she went onto to become a panellist in 2010.
In 2013 Mabuse won the German Latin dance contest with the Ukrainian dancer Evgenij Voznyuk. A year later, Kulczak and Mabuse divorced, and by 2015 Mabuse revealed she was in a relationship with Voznyuk. The couple married in June 2017.
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