Dancing on Ice star Oti Mabuse was all smiles as she reunited with all her sister for the first time in five years.
The professional dancer, who has just finished her I Am Here tour gushed over her siblings after they enjoyed a night out together sipping cocktails.
Sharing the adorable snap on her Instagram, were the ladies could be seen smiling, Oti, 31, penned: "Can you Believe it all of us together for the first time in 5 years… as 3 sisters! We talk everyday but it felt like we’ve seen each other everyday aswell, like we didn’t skip a beat…"
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She added: "Living in 3 different corners of the earth, covid, work, timing, life…. All of it gets in the way but this was SUCH AN AMAZINGT MOMENT."
Oti and her older sister Motsi have both appeared on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, but sister Phemelo stays out of the spotlight.
The dancer said: "I love my sisters so much it’s so much I could burst into glitter @phemelom @motsimabuse."
The news comes after a ITV spokesperson confirmed that Oti's ITV show Romeo and Duet will not be returning for a new series.
A spokesperson for ITV said: "We have no plans for future series of Romeo & Duet at present.
"But we look forward to working with Oti again on The Masked Dancer later this year and are actively discussing other projects going forward."
As a professional dancer on Strictly, Oti won the competition twice in a row with Kelvin Fletcher in 2019 and then in 2020 with Bill Bailey.
Last year, Oti also joined the panel of Dancing On Ice, and at the time she said: "I have been part of the most amazing TV show, Strictly Come Dancing for the past seven years and it has been an incredible time.
"Lifting the Glitterball twice and having the best journey with all my celebrities, but also meeting and working with the best team, crew, producers, celebs and professional dancers! You are my family and I adore you all forever.
"I'm honestly so grateful to the BBC and will always remember that Strictly and the BBC brought me to the UK – which I now call home and I have learnt and grown so much.
She finished off by saying: "Thank You from the bottom of my heart. I can't put in to words how difficult this decision has been, but I have decided not to return for the next series."
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