A much-loved dancer who has died in a car crash had married his wife last September, it has been reported.
News of Robert Anker’s death at the age of 27 has shocked Britain.
The Diversity star had moved to Canada only months ago to marry the love of his life.
Mr Anker was founding member of the dance group who went on to be crowned winners of Britain’s Got Talent.
Robert, who was originally from Essex, also starred in West End show Thriller before he moved to Canada last year to marry his fiancée.
The couple wed at the Royalton White Sands, Montego Bay Beach in Jamaica on September 20.
Only last month, he opened up about his feelings for his new wife.
Sharing a snap on Instagram of himself and his wife, he admitted: “We’re not perfect.
“We argue we fight we cuss each other out but no matter what we have each other’s backs.
“Holding down a relationship is more then just dates kisses and (sex). It’s about constantly working hard to further a relationship and be more than just a couple.”
He continued: “You have to find new ways and renew old ways of falling in love over and over again.
“Through #thick and #thin till death do us part (sic).”
Robert left Diversity, as well as his family and friends in London to move with his wife to Canada.
And on the day of his wedding, he shared a picture of himself and his bride holding up their national flags, and wrote: “That’s a wrap from the old life and a new of another. #married #couple #wedding #london #toronto #travel .”
Two months later, he shared another snap from his wedding day, where he’s seen smiling and kissing his new wife at the altar.
He wrote: “Yes I’m a happy man and you can’t mess with this team.”
A month later, he shared a throwback from their honeymoon in Jamaica, in which they’re standing on the beach wearing matching Mr and Mrs t-shirts.
Rob wrote: “I’m her’s and she’s mine. Can’t nothing break…