Strictly's Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin reunite as they enjoy cosy dinner date in London

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They said goodbye to each other mid-February when the Strictly Come Dancing Live tour wrapped in the UK. 

And on Tuesday night, Tilly Ramsay, 20, and Nikita Kuzmin, 24, reunited after two months apart as they enjoyed a cosy dinner date in London.

The two former dance partners sat opposite one another as they took over an interactive table at the rear of trendy Inamo Asian food restaurant in Covent Garden.

Reunited: On Tuesday night, Tilly Ramsay, 20, and Nikita Kuzmin, 24, reunited after two months apart

Catch ups: They enjoyed a cosy dinner date in London

Reunited: On Tuesday night, Tilly Ramsay, 20, and Nikita Kuzmin, 24, reunited after two months apart as they enjoyed a cosy dinner date in London

The duo couldn’t resist being in a playful mood and smiled as they drew portraits of one another using computer generated imagery.

As Nikita grinned for the camera, Tilly wrote: ‘Back with bestie Nikita Kuzmin’

She filmed the professional dancer creating some art as he attempted to draw her on the table, and asserted: ‘Someone’s enjoying the interactive tables too much.’

After she drew a crude childlike picture of Nikita’s face, Tilly wrote tongue in cheek: ‘Resemblance – ten out of ten’

Fun times: The duo couldn't resist being in a playful mood

Interactive tables: They drew portraits of one another using computer generated imagery

Fun times: The duo couldn’t resist being in a playful mood and smiled as they drew portraits of one another using computer generated imagery

Focused! Tilly filmed the professional dancer creating some art as he attempted to draw her on the table, and asserted:'Someone's enjoying the interactive tables too much.'

Focused! Tilly filmed the professional dancer creating some art as he attempted to draw her on the table, and asserted: ‘Someone’s enjoying the interactive tables too much.’

Turning to the pros: The two later decided to get their portraits properly painted by an artist outside in the street, with Nikita admitting:'Our drawings sucked so now this is happening'

Turning to the pros: The two later decided to get their portraits properly painted by an artist outside in the street, with Nikita admitting: ‘Our drawings sucked so now this is happening’

Nikita, on his own Instagram, told his fans: ‘Ok here is a drawing of Tilly made by me, and this is a drawing of me. This is my mess and this is Tilly’s mess. You can vote who is the better one.’

The two later decided to get their portraits properly painted by an artist outside in the street, with Nikita admitting: ‘Our drawings sucked so now this is happening.’

Their dinner date comes a month after Nikita reunited with his grandma in Poland after she escaped the war in Ukraine. 

The dancer took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps and explained how his grandma had walked more than five miles (eight kilometres) in the freezing cold and hadn’t slept for two nights. 

 

Reunited: Their dinner date comes a month after Nikita reunited with his grandma in Poland after she escaped the war in Ukraine

Reunited: Their dinner date comes a month after Nikita reunited with his grandma in Poland after she escaped the war in Ukraine 

He drove from Frankfurt, while his mum flew from Rome, and the family were reunited in Krakow. 

Unfortunately, his aunt and other grandparents remained in Kiev. 

He wrote: ‘REUNITED picked up my grandma from Poland! She is so incredibly brave & strong, 2 nights without sleeping, walking 8km+ in the freezing cold, when on a normal day, she can barely walk!

‘She traveled from Kiev, my mom flew from Rome and i drove from Frankfurt and we all reunited in Krakow! Just so happy to be together.’

Nikita continued: ‘When I was waiting for my mom and grandma at the train station, i’ve been immersed in this situation for the first time in real life. 

‘Although I know I should have been happy for my family, I couldn’t. Just had tears on my eyes, because of how sad the situation is. How many thousands of kids and women doing their absolute best to stay strong.

‘I’ve seen people arriving from the border, people waiting for the next train to go somewhere, anywhere in hope that somehow things would be ok, people not knowing what to do, since all what they have known as home, it’s not there anymore.’

He concluded: ‘So many emotions, but here is a small part of today.’

Great escape: The dancer took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps and explained how his grandma had walked more than 8km in the freezing cold and hadn't slept for two nights

Great escape: The dancer took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps and explained how his grandma had walked more than 8km in the freezing cold and hadn’t slept for two nights

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