Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton look happier than ever on rare date night

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Stacey Dooley continued her smitten display with boyfriend Kevin Clifton as they enjoyed a rare date night in Wandsworth on Wednesday evening.

The stylish pair cosied up together as they emerged from Backyard Cinema following a screening of the hotly anticipated new movie In The Heights.

Television presenter Stacey looked super cool in a cropped asymmetrical black top and baggy jeans, while the Strictly Come Dancing star opted for a khaki shacket and black denims.

The couple have been in a relationship for the last two years after being paired together on Strictly Come Dancing and winning the show.

Their romance was so strong that Kevin, 38, moved into 34 year old Stacey's flat before the pair purchased their very own West London house together.

The professional dancer, who admitted he would return to Strictly Come Dancing, revealed in 2020 that he had begged bosses to pair him with the red-haired beauty after being a fan of her work.

Speaking to his girlfriend on his podcast, The Kevin Clifton Podcast, he shared: "I was a fan of your documentaries, and for the last couple of years I'd tweeted you a few times, going 'I really liked your documentary', and you were like, 'Oh cheers Kev!'

"So yeah, I was like 'Stacey Dooley's wicked. She'll be really interesting… great just to talk to about her experiences."

Meanwhile, Stacey recently revealed that she had stopped using Twitter after being bombarded with negative comments from trolls on the social media site.

Speaking to You magazine, the 34 year old explained: "I feel so much better for it.

"I said to Kev [Kevin Clifton], there were some days where I'd get up and the first thing I'd do is look at my phone and read something not very pleasant about myself.

The television personality explained that if these comments were made to her face in real life, she would not take it lying down.

"So I'd be starting and finishing the day reading unkind things about myself," Stacey continued.

"And I think, if I was a person saying it in my bed, I'd be in an abusive relationship, and I wouldn't put up with it."

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