RT @expressceleb: ‘She tells me off’ Strictly pro Anton du Beke gets candid ...

Strictly Come Dancing favourite Anton du Beke, 53, has admitted his wife Hannah Summers tends to “tell him off” in front of their “regal” bay windows at home. The professional dancer opened up about his relationship while chatting to BBC Radio 5 Live host Anna Foster and and former Strictly pro Erin Boag via a video call from the house he shares with his other half and their two children.

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Anton addressed the surprising situation when Anna complimented him on his “background” during the interview.

The presenter exclaimed: “Anton du Beke, your background, good grief, those beautiful curtains!”

Anton, who was sitting in front of some glamorous fringed curtains, replied: “I tell you, in our house it’s death by swags and tails let me tell you.

“We’ve got fringing, the whole malarkey. It’s like an abundance of fabric and it’s really quite nice actually.

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Anton du BekeAnton du Beke gets candid about home life with wife (Image: BBC•GETTY)

Anton du BekeAnton du Beke joked about his wife looking 'regal' when she tells him off (Image: BBC)

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“And I like to just sort of put myself in the little bay windows. It’s sort of quite regal, I quite like it really.”

The star was then quizzed on whether he has any books on his shelves.

Anton divulged: “Well I’ve got that in the other room, but of course the lighting is so dim and intimate, I don’t like to take you in there unless it’s a special occasion of course!”

Anna then compared Anton’s home to Buckingham Palace, as she

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