Strictly's Maisie Smith and HRVY are the last to leave the studios four minutes apart after his mum gave her blessing
6th December 2020

MAISIE Smith and HRVY were the last to leave the Strictly Come Dancing studios last night.

The Strictly rivals were spotted leaving just four minutes apart after the EastEnders actress, 19, and singer HRVY, 21, have been flirting since this year’s BBC1 dance contest began.

Maisie looked like she was in high spirits and gave a thumbs up as she left the studios in a pair of shorts and a hooded jacket.

And HRVY looked coy as he left just four minutes later in a cardigan and tracksuit bottoms.

Last night The Sun exclusively revealed Maisie has the blessing of HRVY’s mum after they were romantically linked.

And his mother Nicky Cantwell, 53, has revealed her fondness for Maisie.

The mum of three told The Sun on Sunday: “Do I think there may be a chance of romance in the future? Maybe.

“We love Maisie and can see why they both get on well.

“The show might help him find love. It will be what it will be . . . but everybody loves a love story, don’t they?”

HRVY — real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell — has previously called Maisie “very beautiful”.

He has said they “will definitely go out for some food” after the show ends.

Last week, we revealed Maisie was cooling the relationship for now — because she feared it was denting her chances of winning the competition.

And Nicky said: “Knowing how HRVY likes to put 100 per cent into everything he does, he’ll concentrate on Strictly before anything else.

“But whatever happens, I know that HRVY is a great friend to have and I think he and Maisie will be good friends.”

Last Saturday, YouTube sensation HRVY made Strictly history by getting a perfect score in week six — the quickest maximum by a contestant.

He and professional partner Janette Manrara, 37, danced their couple’s choice to Coldplay track A Sky Full of Stars.

Maisie, who has twice survived the dance-off, has revealed she feels more body confident since joining the show.

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