Janette and Aljaz ‘will be wonderful parents’ says Kate Silverton as she issues advice

Janette and Aljaz ‘will be wonderful parents’ says Kate Silverton as she issues advice


Strictly: Janette Manrara discusses starting a family

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Kate Silverton, 50, a mum-of-two, has released her debut book There’s No Such Thing As Naughty, which explores the brain development of children ages 0-5 years old. The journalist’s guide has been praised by many parents so far, who have noticed a difference in behaviour. Kate, who is on placement as a children’s counsellor after studying psychology at university, has said parents will understand why there is no such thing as “naughty” in the first chapter of her book.

In recent weeks, Janette Manrara, 37, and Aljaz Skorjanec, 31, discussed becoming parents for the first time.

The dancer admitted the decision to have children is “scary” as she pointed out her body is her work.

She said on BBC’s Morning Live: “Do you know what it is? It’s very scary being a dancer, my body is kind of my tool.

“It’s what I use. And Aljaž and I, we dance and work and do everything together so if you think about it when I fall pregnant, that’s 50 per cent of the team gone.

“So it’s a real big decision and it’s a scary decision for us to make.”

But Janette went on to say Covid had taught her there’s no “perfect time” for children.

“So we’re very much looking forward to being parents,” she added.

Kate acknowledged her parenting guide could be beneficial for the dancing duo if they did have children.

She said: “I don’t really like talking about other people trying for babies because I never know circumstances but, I do know they’d make wonderful parents and yeah that would be lovely news at some point.”

Kate danced with Aljaz on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018.

The BBC News reporter became the eighth contestant to leave the BBC competition after losing a dance-off to Graeme Swann.

Reflecting on her time on the show, she said: “Doing Strictly was lovely.

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“I hadn’t quite appreciated how athletic it [dancing] is.

“It’s a shame really I would’ve loved to have kept it up.”

Kate went on to say she had reached out to the show’s former professional Robin Windsor for some dance lessons last year.

“I was saying, ‘Can we meet up?’ We were going to meet up but then lockdown happened.”

On a reunion with Aljaz, she added: “I’d love it, Janette popped up on my Instagram the other day funnily enough.

“I’d love to see both of them actually, it would be really nice to catch up.

“Everyone’s been so busy, but who knows maybe I’d love to dance again.”

There’s No Such Thing As Naughty, by Kate Silverton (Little, Brown, £14.99) is out now.

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