Rachel Riley and baby girl Maven celebrate with Strictly husband Pasha on their first anniversary – The Sun

RACHEL Riley has celebrated her one-year wedding anniversary with husband Pasha Kovalev and their baby daughter Maven.

The couple – who wed in Vegas last year – marked the special day with an adorable family snap as they posed together outside.

In the photo, Rachel and Pacha appear delighted as six-month-old Maven is nestled between them.

The 34-year-old Countdown presenter and her daughter stood out in a colourful outfits, while Pacha, 40, opted for a simple blue t-shirt.

Meanwhile, a second throwback photo showed the pair from their wedding day.

Alongside the selection of snaps, Rachel wrote: "One year later! Celebrating today with our extra smiler in the family. Love these two 🥰 What a first year it’s been! 👰🏼 👶🏻 ❤️ 💗 #firstweddinganniversary #twinning."

Fans rushed to congratulate the couple, with one writing: "Wonderful happy anniversary to you both – you couldn’t look happier x."

Another said: "Congratulations, you are a beautiful family 😍 ."

A third added: "Awww look at that cheeky face. She is like her Daddy 💖 💖 ."

It's been one year since the pair tied the knot during a secret ceremony in Las Vegas in June, 2019.

Rachel confirmed their marriage via Twitter and told her 645, 000 followers: "Introducing the new Mr and Mrs Kovalev. We both said yes!"

Her announcement came weeks after the couple revealed they are expecting their first child together.

The presenter welcomed her daughter into the world in December 2019 – two weeks after her due date.

Rachel was partnered with Pasha on the 11th series of Strictly in 2013 and they've been dating since 2014.

The Countdown star was previously married to James Gilbert, who she met while studying at Oxford university but the pair split after a fifteen-month marriage in November 2013.

The sweet family snap comes weeks after Rachel told The Sun Online that she "feels guilty" because she is enjoying life in lockdown.

She shared: "It’s one of those things where you feel slightly guilty for enjoying aspects of lockdown. We’re in a really fortunate position.

"All of our work’s gone but we’re not having to struggle in that sense. Pasha would have been away with tours and cruises dancing had it not been for lockdown so he’s enjoying time with us."

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