Pregnant Rachel Riley video calls her Strictly professional husband Pasha Kovalev so he can give a girl, 10, advice on her dance routine in a sweet moment on My Famous Babysitter
- Rachel Riley, 33, appears on this week's My Famous Babysitter on W Channel
- The mum-to-be video called husband Strictly Come Dancing Star Pasha Kovalev
- He offered his advice to ten-year-old Delilah ahead of her tap dancing recital
Pregnant Rachel Riley video calls her husband Pasha Kovalev to give a 10-year-old girl dance advice, during a reality TV show where the Countdown host is baby sitting the young girl and her sisters.
The TV presenter, 33, from Rochford, who announced she was expecting a baby in May, is left in charge of four children on tonight's episode of W Channel's My Famous Babysitter.
During the episode she calls on some advice from her Strictly Come Dancing star husband after one of the girls she's looking after, Delilah, 10, wants some advice ahead of her dancing recital.
Video calling Russian-born Pasha, 39, for some suggestions, Rachel looks over the moon when he awards the young dancer a ten for her routine.
Pregnant Rachel Riley (middle) video called her husband Pasha Kovalev on tonight's episode 'My Famous Babysitter' with Grace, 14, (right) and Delilah, 10, (left)
Russian-born Pasha, 39, (pictured) offers his advice to Delilah, 10, after showing her dance routine ahead of her tap recital
On tonight show, Delilah, 10, shows off her dance moves in her North Yorkshire home, when Rachel announces: 'I'm not very good on judging dancing - but I know someone who is.
As she places her laptop in front Delilah and sister Grace, 14, she says: 'Let's see who answers.'
The girls became coy as the celebrity answers, prompting Rachel to say: 'Hey Pash, I've got a shy tap dancer here.'
After showing off her dance to the expert, Pasha advises: 'Don't let anyone distract you, stay focused, enjoy yourself.'
Rachel asked her partner: 'What's your dancing face like Pasha?'
Delilah (pictured) 10, shows off her moves in her North Yorkshire home, when Rachel announced she would need to recruit some extra help
Pasha told the young girl to make sure she smiles during her dance routine, and gave her a ten for her performance
He replies: 'Well it depends what kind of song it is, is it a fun song or is it a serious song?'
After revealing her song, the dancer continues: 'You can have a little smile - and make sure you're enjoying your smile as you're dancing.'
Rachel inquires: 'Is it a ten from Pasha?'
'It's between a nine and a ten - if it's with a smile, then of course a ten', he insists
Elsewhere on the call, Grace quizzes the father-to-be about any fears he may have about becoming a dad.
She asks: 'Pasha, what do you think it'll be like to be a dad?
He said: 'I think you'll be able to enjoy spending time with the baby.'
Elsewhere on the call, Grace quizzes the father-to-be about any fears he may have about becoming a father
Grace continued to quiz Pasha about the pressures of parenthood, to which he joked: 'Once the baby is 14 it's going to be alright'
However, Grace continued: 'What about all the late nights and diapers?'
'Once the baby is 14 it's going to be alright', joked the dancer.
Earlier this year, Rachel took to Instagram to reveal the news she was expecting as she used the Channel 4's Countdown setting as a fun backdrop.
Posing in front of a board of letters, which spelt out 'r tiny mate', which is an anagram for 'maternity', she placed her hands on her blossoming baby bump.
She captioned it with: 'Pash and I have a conundrum for you...you have till December to work it out! We’re over the moon excited.'
Earlier this year, Rachel took to Instagram to reveal the news she was expecting as she used the Channel 4's Countdown setting as a fun backdrop
After leaving the house, the mother-to-be reflects on her experience, insisting: 'I've learned a lot in just four days with these girls, it's lovely it's really rewarding.
'I didn't think I was a disciplinarian and I'm terrible at that - I guess when I have a little one they are gonna need a little bit more strictness.
'When you have your own child I think you learn day by day what they're like individually, so I just have to wait and see what mine is like.'
As for her parenting advice, Rachel says: 'Never take your eye off them for a second - because they will start eating ten lollipops right in front of your face and start stabbing each other with pens.'
'My Famous Babysitter' airs on the W Channel tonight at 9pm