Judy Murray, 61, took part in the 12th series of Strictly Come Dancing and was partnered with professional dancer Anton Du Beke, with the pair making it to week eight of the competition. Despite often placing at the bottom of the leaderboard, the tennis coach was saved each week by the public vote and the judges. Looking back at her time on the BBC competition, Judy has revealed she had the same “heart attack and severe nausea” feeling taking part as she did watching her sons play tennis.
Judy is a regular in the crowd as she watches sons Jamie, 34, and Andy, 33, play tennis.
The tennis coach explained it is often “torture” watching her sons play for over three to four hours, and tried to remind herself she only had to dance for a minute and a half on Strictly Come Dancing.
However, it wasn’t enough to stop her fearing she would fall over or trip up and embarrass herself.
She remarked: “I always describe watching Andy and Jamie as a mixture of a heart attack and severe nausea all going on at the same time.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Anton du Beke’s former Strictly partner feared ‘heart attack and severe nausea’ on BBC show (Image: WENN • BBC)
Anton du Beke competed with Judy Murray in the 2014 series of Strictly Come Dancing (Image: BBC)
“For me it was the same kind of feeling just before you walked down those