AJ Pritchard and Abbie Quinnen pose for loved-up snaps on Cotswolds weekend getaway

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They recently celebrated their three year anniversary.

And AJ Pritchard and Abbie Quinnen looked more loved-up than ever as they escaped to the Cotswolds for a romantic weekend getaway at Soho Farmhouse.

AJ, 27, took to Instagram to share a slew of loved-up shots of the couple for their fans, captioning them: ‘Few happy snaps’.

Loved-up: AJ Pritchard and Abbie Quinnen looked more loved-up than ever as they escaped to the Cotswolds for a romantic weekend getaway at Soho Farmhouse

Loved-up: AJ Pritchard and Abbie Quinnen looked more loved-up than ever as they escaped to the Cotswolds for a romantic weekend getaway at Soho Farmhouse

Weekend away: AJ, 27, took to Instagram to share a slew of loved-up shots of the couple for their fans, captioning them:'Few happy snaps'

Weekend away: AJ, 27, took to Instagram to share a slew of loved-up shots of the couple for their fans, captioning them: ‘Few happy snaps’

One photo showed the professional dancers beaming in the countryside, with Abbie, 24, sporting a cream coat and her blonde locks billowing in the breeze.

Another was a mirror selfie of the pair taken in their bathroom, with AJ donning a black T-shirt and Abbie in a white corsetted shirt that accentuated her svelte waist. 

A third was of AJ sitting astride a bike, while the final image was another mirror selfie, with Abbie throwing up a peace sign as AJ smiled from ear to ear.

Abbie commented on the string of pictures, sweetly penning: ‘Favourite place with my favourite person’.

Looking good: One shot saw the pair posing in front of their picturesque bathroom, with AJ donning a black T-shirt and Abbie in a white corsetted shirt that accentuated her svelte waist

Looking good: One shot saw the pair posing in front of their picturesque bathroom, with AJ donning a black T-shirt and Abbie in a white corsetted shirt that accentuated her svelte waist

It comes after Abbie revealed that she finally ‘feels sexy again’ on Saturday, after suffering second and third degree burns in a horrific accident in January last year. 

She needed three skin grafts after a YouTube video she was filming with her boyfriend AJ went horribly wrong and set fire to her hair and clothing. 

After losing part of her right ear and a section of hair from the accident, she detailed that she had ‘accepted’ both her scars and reflection.  

Escape to the country: A third image showed AJ sitting astride a bike, while the final image was another mirror selfie, with Abbie throwing up a peace sign as AJ smiled from ear to ear

Escape to the country: A third image showed AJ sitting astride a bike, while the final image was another mirror selfie, with Abbie throwing up a peace sign as AJ smiled from ear to ear

Adorable: Abbie commented on the string of pictures, sweetly penning:'Favourite place with my favourite person'

Adorable: Abbie commented on the string of pictures, sweetly penning: ‘Favourite place with my favourite person’

Speaking to the Sun on Sunday, Abbie explained: ‘I have accepted my reflection in the mirror now. It did take a while, and I am slowly accepting my scars.’ 

Abbie, who once feared she would ‘never look the same’ and could not return to her dream job of performing revealed that she was getting back to her former self.  

She said: ‘I’ve been dancing with AJ in costumes where you can see my scars. I forget they are there, and that feels incredible.

‘It’s taken a while but I do feel sexy again.’

Injuries: Abbie, who once feared she would'never look the same' and could not return to her dream job of performing revealed that she was getting back to her former self

Injuries: Abbie, who once feared she would ‘never look the same’ and could not return to her dream job of performing revealed that she was getting back to her former self

The duo were attempting to upcycle a wine bottle into a vase when the accident happened and she was left with burns on her face, neck, shoulder and arm.

In January, Abbie shared an emotional Instagram post as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in the horror accident.  

Abbie posted photos of her bandages during the healing process as well as snaps of her and other body positive activists. 

Fist pump: In January, Abbie shared an emotional Instagram post as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in the horror accident - pictured with Katie Piper (left), Rochelle Julianne (centre-left) and Sylvia Mac (right)

Fist pump: In January, Abbie shared an emotional Instagram post as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in the horror accident – pictured with Katie Piper (left), Rochelle Julianne (centre-left) and Sylvia Mac (right)

Katie Piper, Rochelle Julianne and Sylvia Mac also showcased their scars by wearing bikinis and swimsuits.  

In her post she said: ‘I would love to say I am fully recovered but unfortunately I’m not and probably never will be as I know I’m going to have lifelong scars!!’

She expressed her disappointment with the fact the accident happened when she was only in her 20s, she said: ‘I’m 24 years old and I have to live like this for the rest of my life with these burn scars on my body!’

A year ago: Abbie posted photos of her bandages during the healing process as well as snaps of her and other body positive activists

A year ago: dancer was left with third degree burns on her face, neck, shoulder and arm

A year ago: Abbie posted photos of her bandages during the healing process as well as snaps of her and other body positive activists

Abbie continued by looking at all the positives in her situation: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’ 

‘My scars are something I am proud of and should be more proud of as they show me every day how strong I am!

‘It has taken me a long time to accept that, but I think I am getting there!’

Owning it: Abbie continues to look at all the positives: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’

Owning it: Abbie continues to look at all the positives: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’

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