Published: 10:03, 31 December 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Dartford dancer Len Goodman took to the floor for his own wedding dance yesterday – much to the surprise of his family.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge tied the knot with Sue Barrett, who manages the Goodman Dance Centre in Dartford, in a surprise ceremony in front of about 30 friends and family in London.
The 68-year-old kept the marriage secret from the guests - who thought they were simply going for lunch.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: "We didn’t tell anyone except my 96-year-old mum as I didn’t want her having a heart attack with the surprise."
The Goodman Dance Centre, based on Market Street, has been teaching dance for over 30 years.
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