Freedomroo – Ex-Strictly star Brendan Cole steps out with glamorous wife Zoe Hobbs

Dressed up: Brendan Cole looked dapper as he attended The Best Of The West End Musical at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday with his glamorous wife Zoe Hobbs

He shot to fame on Strictly Come Dancing.

And ballroom professional Brendan Cole looked dapper as he attended The Best Of The West End Musical at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday with his glamorous wife Zoe Hobbs.

The 45-year-old dancer looked smart in a white T-shirt and blazer combo, whilst model Zoe, 39, looked glammed up in a crimson ruffle dress.

Dressed up: Brendan Cole looked dapper as he attended The Best Of The West End Musical at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday with his glamorous wife Zoe Hobbs

The strictly star exuded smart-casual vibes in the ensemble, which he paired with dark-wash skinny jeans and dark brown suede Chelsea boots.

His wellness blogger wife looked stunning in the tiered long-length number which featured fishtail style ruffles and figure-hugging skirt.

The blonde beauty styled her luscious tresses in a chic updo, leaving a few strands curled at the front to frame her face.

Lovely couple: The strictly star exuded smart-casual vibes in the ensemble, while his wellness blogger wife looked stunning in the tiered long-length number

Lovely couple: The strictly star exuded smart-casual vibes in the ensemble, while his wellness blogger wife looked stunning in the tiered long-length number

She sported a rich make-up palette for the occasion, showing off her glowing visage and pink pout. 

The couple, who share children Aurelia, nine and Danté, three, looked more loved up than ever as they waltzed onto the red carpet arm-in-arm as they smiled for the cameras. 

Zoe took to Instagram, sharing a sweet car selfie en route to the event to her followers with the caption: ‘London we are in you!’ 

Glowing: She sported a rich makeup palette for the occasion, showing off her glowing visage and pink pout

Glowing: She sported a rich makeup palette for the occasion, showing off her glowing visage and pink pout

Car selfie: Zoe took to Instagram, sharing a sweet car selfie en route to the event to her followers with the caption: 'London we are in you!'

Car selfie: Zoe took to Instagram, sharing a sweet car selfie en route to the event to her followers with the caption: ‘London we are in you!’

The pair were in good company on the West End, being joined by the likes of Michelle Heaton, Kristina Rihanoff and Tallia Storm, as well as Spice Girls’ Mel C.

A star-studded list of celebrities attended the charity event, which aims to raise money for Acting For Others who provided financial and emotional support to all theatre workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

West End actors ITV Superstar winner Ben Forster, Bad Education’s Layton Williams and I’m A Celebrity’s Ruthie Henshall, among others, took to the stage for the one-night-only event at The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday evening.

Performance of a lifetime: West End actors ITV Superstar winner Ben Forster, Bad Education's Layton Williams and I'm A Celebrity's Ruthie Henshall , among others, took to the stage for the one-night-only event at The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday evening. Pictured: Ruthie Henshall in 2020

Talented: Layton Williams Layton Williams, 26, shot to fame in Bad Education and is now performing in the West End's Everybody's Talking About Jamie. Pictured in 2019

Performance of a lifetime: West End actors ITV Superstar winner Ben Forster, Bad Education’s Layton Williams and I’m A Celebrity’s Ruthie Henshall , among others, took to the stage for the one-night-only event at The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday evening. Pictured: Ruthie Henshall in 2020

 A few months back, Brendan rowed with critics after being branded as ‘selfish’ for ranting about the coronavirus lockdown and Covid vaccines in a previous Instagram post in March. 

The former Strictly Come Dancing professional posted a picture of himself at a bar in Mallorca, Spain, where he has a holiday home, as he labelled the closure of venues ‘ridiculous’ and ‘unfair’. 

Bars and restaurants in Mallorca were allowed to serve customers outdoors since March 15.    

The dancer ranted in his caption: ‘Beautiful day in #Mallorca. Lovely to finally be able to support bars and restaurants devastated by ridiculous and unfair closers.’ 

Hitting back: A few months back, Brendan rowed with critics after being branded as 'selfish' for ranting about the coronavirus lockdown and Covid vaccines in a previous Instagram post in March

Hitting back: A few months back, Brendan rowed with critics after being branded as ‘selfish’ for ranting about the coronavirus lockdown and Covid vaccines in a previous Instagram post in March

He added the following hashtags: ‘#sosturismo #sosrestaurante #travel #notovaccinepassport #nuremburgcode #noinforcedvaccine #yourbodyyourchoice.’ 

The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics principles for human experimentation created as a result of the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War.  

Brendan was quick to hit back at and row with critics over his choice of caption and hashtags as he insisted that he wasn’t being ‘insensitive’.

It comes after the star was slammed in December for suggesting that wearing a face mask to protect against the spread of Covid has no effect.  

Rant: He posted a picture of himself at a bar in Mallorca, Spain, where he has a holiday home, as he labelled the closure of venues 'ridiculous' and 'unfair'

Rant: He posted a picture of himself at a bar in Mallorca, Spain, where he has a holiday home, as he labelled the closure of venues ‘ridiculous’ and ‘unfair’ 

'I am entitled to MY opinion!': It comes after Brendan was slammed in December for suggesting that wearing a face mask to protect against the spread of Covid has no effect (pictured in 2019)

‘I am entitled to MY opinion!’: It comes after Brendan was slammed in December for suggesting that wearing a face mask to protect against the spread of Covid has no effect (pictured in 2019)  

Response: Brendan was quick to hit back at critics over his choice of caption and hashtags as he insisted that he wasn't being 'insensitive'

Response: Brendan was quick to hit back at critics over his choice of caption and hashtags as he insisted that he wasn’t being ‘insensitive’

‘Those people who will be set back years after risking all and building their business over many years all for it to be taken away with no thought to the consequences. 

‘I’m not saying that the people affected by this virus don’t count but there is a bigger picture that has not been taken into account and I’m afraid that I don’t agree with these measures.

‘I take it that financially you haven’t been too affected, or lost your business? We all have different opinions on this subject. It’s important to listen to every voice as everyone has a story to tell.’

The follower replied: ‘It up to govt, local authorities to fully support these industries, no one is questioning the devastating impact of covid but safety of life must come first, it is responsibility of govt to ensure that people are safe and secure.

‘I fully understand the impact, I work with people affected by this, we have witnessed millions more enter poverty including children and families.

Hitting back: The former Strictly Come Dancing professional took to Instagram to insist that he has a 'right to protest' and was supported by former Strictly partner Jo Wood (pictured together on the show in 2009)

Hitting back: The former Strictly Come Dancing professional took to Instagram to insist that he has a ‘right to protest’ and was supported by former Strictly partner Jo Wood (pictured together on the show in 2009)  

Lengthy: Brendan said that he had deleted his original post and apologised for causing 'any offence after followers branded him 'totally irresponsible', although he added that he is entitled to 'my opinion'

Lengthy: Brendan said that he had deleted his original post and apologised for causing ‘any offence after followers branded him ‘totally irresponsible’, although he added that he is entitled to ‘my opinion’

 

Leave a Reply

Contact us

Give us a call or fill in the form below and we'll contact you. We endeavor to answer all inquiries within 24 hours on business days.