Who is Ashley Banjo’s wife Francesca Abbott? – The Sun

DIVERSITY star Ashley Banjo is a self-confessed family man.

The dancer is happily married with two "beautiful" children.

Who is Ashley Banjo's wife Francesca Abbott?

Ashley Banjo is married to professional dancer and talent manager Francesca Abbott.

She dances with a group that Ashley does the choreography for.

The troupe, named Out Of The Shadows, have performed at a wide variety of events, as well as representing companies including River Island, Adidas and Pineapple.

The group's official Facebook page claims: "Out Of The Shadows have the same work ethos and history as the guys of Diversity, and they are choreographed by Ashley Banjo, lead dancer and choreographer of Diversity.

"Their performance is dynamic, entertaining and most importantly, memorable."

When did they get married?

Ashley and Francesca first announced their engagement on October 2, 2014, after being together for eight years.

They tied the knot in a city wedding in Essex on July 4, 2015.

The couple have been romantically involved since 2006, making them an item for more than 15 years.

The happy-looking duo regularly post loved-up selfies on Instagram.

How many children does Ashley Banjo and Francesca Abbott have?

Their first child, daughter Rose, was born in February 2019.

Ashley shared the news on social media, telling fans how "proud" he was of his wife.

The doting dad shared a candid snap from inside the hospital as he beamed with joy at the adorable baby.

Ashley told fans: "Our beautiful daughter came into the world at 6.45pm on 21st February 2019 – weighing a healthy 8lbs and 13oz.

"Her name is Rose Adura Banjo. I am in the deepest love ever with my little family."

Francesca gave birth to the family's second addition, a son named Micah Grace, in the early hours of the evening of March 26, 2020.

But his busy schedule has meant he has had to spend time away from his little ones.

In an interview with The Sun's Fabulous team, the danger said: "The past few years have been amazing.

"You always hear the words that it is ‘life-changing when you have kids’ but you never really know what it is like until you experience it.

"Kids are the best thing that has happened to me in my life. But oh my gosh, I feel like I experience dad guilt 24/7 if I am honest."

He continued: All you want to be is a good dad, and it’s trying to get the right balance that I have probably found most challenging.

"Trying to make sure my kids feel like I am present, but also trying to provide for them. It’s knowing that you have to walk out the door.

"For example, last year with Covid I had to isolate myself in a bubble with Diversity.

"We were away for six or seven weeks and we couldn’t come home – and Micah was only a few months old then.

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