Graziano Di Prima and his fiancée Giada Lini share a sweet kiss at Here Comes The Boys launch

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Graziano Di Prima gave his fiancée Giada Lini a sweet peck on the cheek on Wednesday evening at the Here Comes The Boys show, after the couple confirmed they are postponing their wedding for the second time due to the pandemic. 

The Strictly Come Dancing star, 27, and his partner didn’t let the new delay rain on their parade as they enjoyed the fun-filled press night in the West End. 

Graziano, who stars in the new production with fellow dancers Pasha Kovalev, Graziano di Prima and Robin Windsor, looked effortlessly stylish in his black ensemble for the event at the London Palladium. 

Sweet! Graziano Di Prima gave his fiancée Giada Lini a peck on the cheek on Wednesday at the Here Comes The Boys show, after the couple confirmed they are postponing their wedding

Sweet! Graziano Di Prima gave his fiancée Giada Lini a peck on the cheek on Wednesday at the Here Comes The Boys show, after the couple confirmed they are postponing their wedding

He teamed his leather jacket with skinny jeans and a partially unbuttoned shirt, teasing a glimpse of his chest tattoos. 

Meanwhile his fiancée looked stunning in a satin teal dress, complete with a cowl neckline and thigh-high split. 

She boosted her height with nude wedges and wrapped up in a classic black trench coat. 

Giada swept her blonde tresses up in a sleek high ponytail and wore a slick of red lipstick. 

Cheerful: The Strictly Come Dancing star, 27, and his partner didn't let the new delay rain on their parade as they enjoyed the fun-filled press night in the West End

Cheerful: The Strictly Come Dancing star, 27, and his partner didn’t let the new delay rain on their parade as they enjoyed the fun-filled press night in the West End

Earlier this month, it was reported that the couple have been forced to delay their upcoming nuptials due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Strictly Come Dancing star and his other half originally planned to tie the knot last July before lockdown forced them to delay their plans.

Graziano told MailOnline the couple have now decided to delay their special day again until next year, calling it ‘a nightmare’.  

He said: ‘The wedding was supposed to be last year, the third of July. Then we postponed for this year. 

‘Obviously, we still have the pandemic and here in Italy, we are struggling. They are closing everything. The whole nation is a red zone.

Oh no: Earlier this month, Graziano told MailOnline the couple have now decided to delay their special day again until next year, calling it 'a nightmare'

Oh no: Earlier this month, Graziano told MailOnline the couple have now decided to delay their special day again until next year, calling it ‘a nightmare’

‘We decided to postpone because we want our wedding to be the best day that we have been dreaming about. If there is not the right opportunity to do as best as we can, why lose this day? We don’t want to rush.’

Graziano told how he and Griada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like ‘husband and wife’ but said the fact they have to keep delaying their ceremony is ‘hurting’.

With Covid cases currently rising in Italy, the professional dancer admitted he is unsure when Giada’s family will be able to travel to Sicily, as they live in the north of the country.

He said: ‘This is the best choice we can make. She’s from the north and I’m from the south. We are going to do the wedding in Sicily because it’s going to be summer. 

‘We don’t know if Giada’s family can come down to Sicily because for now, it’s the red zone. It’s going to be next year but we don’t know exactly when.’

Graziano, who joined Strictly in 2018, said the pair are going to have a large wedding as there are 120 attendees coming from just his extended family alone. 

They will tie the knot in a castle in the dancer’s hometown with Graziano revealing his fiancée has been just as frustrated by the delays as him. 

He said: ‘She would say, “why are we so unlucky? This should be our best day.” But you know, health first. Then everything else. 

‘We are aware the pandemic is in the world and it’s the best choice to postpone. She’s always been behind me.’

Speaking about his family, the dancer added: ‘My family is a unit, really together. When I said to them, “we are thinking about postponing the wedding again,” of course they were upset but at the same time, they understand.’

Honest: Graziano told how he and Griada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like 'husband and wife' but said the fact they have to keep delaying their ceremony is 'hurting'

Honest: Graziano told how he and Griada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like ‘husband and wife’ but said the fact they have to keep delaying their ceremony is ‘hurting’

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