Dancing On Ice winner Ryan Thomas was still soaking up his Dancing On Ice win on Monday as he emerged from his hotel proudly clutching the coveted trophy. But the stunning appearance of his fiancee Lucy Mecklenburgh is what’s remarkable, she’s every bit as amazing as Vanessa Bauer

Ryan Thomas was still soaking up his Dancing On Ice win on Monday as he emerged from his hotel proudly clutching the coveted trophy.

The actor, 39, partied the night away with his nearest and dearest after beating Made In Chelsea‘s Miles Nazaire, 28, and partner Vanessa Bauer, 27, in Sunday night’s final.

Ryan was joined by his fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh, 32, who looked effortlessly stylish in a trench coat and carried a £3,620 YSL tote bag while lugging a £2,380 Louis Vuitton travel case.

Ryan was a far cry from his purple lycra costume as he stepped out in a casual grey padded coat, baseball cap and joggers.

Despite the late night, Ryan beamed as he headed to the taxi with his prize trophy to head home.

Ryan Thomas was still soaking up his Dancing On Ice win on Monday as he emerged from his hotel proudly clutching the coveted trophy

Ryan Thomas was still soaking up his Dancing On Ice win on Monday as he emerged from his hotel proudly clutching the coveted trophy

Ryan was joined by his fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh , 32, who looked effortlessly stylish in a trench coat

Ryan was joined by his fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh , 32, who looked effortlessly stylish in a trench coat

The actor, 39, partied the night away with his nearest and dearest after beating Made In Chelsea 's Miles Nazaire and partner Vanessa Bauer in Sunday night's final

The actor, 39, partied the night away with his nearest and dearest after beating Made In Chelsea ‘s Miles Nazaire and partner Vanessa Bauer in Sunday night’s final

Lucy, 32, who shares Roman, two, and Lilah, 10 months, with Ryan, took to Instagram on Monday morning to share a photo with Ryan holding his gong in their hotel room following his whirlwind night prior.

Earlier in the show on Sunday, Lucy proudly watched from the audience with his brothers Scott and Adam and told hosts Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern how how the actor deserved to win after working so hard.

Following his win, an emotional Ryan choked back tears as he raised the trophy and and admitted he was speechless before paying tribute to his partner saying: ‘I’m just so happy for Amani’.

Meanwhile the pro said through tears: ‘I’m so proud of you, thank you for making this happen.’

Ryan then turned to the camera and sent his best wishes to missing fellow finalist: ‘ Greg, If you’re watching at home this trophy’s for you’.

Meanwhile, a disappointed Miles congratulated Ryan and Amani as pyrotechnics sparked and gold confetti fell from the ceiling.

The two finalists battled it out as they performed the iconic Bolero, which made famous by judges Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean at the 1984 Winter Olympics.

Ryan’s rendition was impressive with Jayne complimenting his ‘seamless skating’.

While Chris told the former soap star: ‘Tonight is your night’.

The former Coronation Street star beat Made In Chelsea's Miles Nazaire and partner Vanessa Bauer

The former Coronation Street star beat Made In Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire and partner Vanessa Bauer

 

Lucy carried a £3,620 YSL tote bag while lugging a £2,380 Louis Vuitton travel case.

Lucy carried a £3,620 YSL tote bag while lugging a £2,380 Louis Vuitton travel case.

Ryan had a huge suitcase he had taken to the hotel and certainly had his hands full with his trophy

Ryan had a huge suitcase he had taken to the hotel and certainly had his hands full with his trophy

Lucy rocked a denim jumpsuit underneath her Burberry trench coat and opted for comofrt on her feet with trainers

Lucy rocked a denim jumpsuit underneath her Burberry trench coat and opted for comofrt on her feet with trainers

The former TOWIE star smiled as she headed to the car after supporting Ryan from the live audience on Sunday night

The former TOWIE star smiled as she headed to the car after supporting Ryan from the live audience on Sunday night

Ryan was a far cry from his purple lycra costume as he stepped out in a casual grey padded coat, baseball cap and joggers

Ryan was a far cry from his purple lycra costume as he stepped out in a casual grey padded coat, baseball cap and joggers

Lucy, 32, who shares Roman, two, and Lilah, 10 months, with Ryan, took to Instagram on Monday morning and shared a photo with Ryan holding his gong

Lucy, 32, who shares Roman, two, and Lilah, 10 months, with Ryan, took to Instagram on Monday morning and shared a photo with Ryan holding his gong

Despite the late night, Ryan beamed as he headed to the taxi with his prize trophy to head home

Despite the late night, Ryan beamed as he headed to the taxi with his prize trophy to head home

Lucy took to Instagram on Monday morning and shared a photo with Ryan to share her pride

Lucy took to Instagram on Monday morning and shared a photo with Ryan to share her pride

Following his win an emotional Ryan choked back tears as he raised the trophy and and admitted he was speechless before paying tribute to his partner: 'I'm just so happy'

Following his win an emotional Ryan choked back tears as he raised the trophy and and admitted he was speechless before paying tribute to his partner: ‘I’m just so happy’

In all his glory, Ryan's nearest and dearest met him on the ice to congratulate him and pro partner Amani Fancy with their win

In all his glory, Ryan’s nearest and dearest met him on the ice to congratulate him and pro partner Amani Fancy with their win

Earlier in the show on Sunday, Lucy proudly watched from the audience with his brothers and told hosts Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern earlier in how how the actor deserved to win

Earlier in the show on Sunday, Lucy proudly watched from the audience with his brothers and told hosts Holly Willoughby and Stephen Mulhern earlier in how how the actor deserved to win

Ryan recently said he hopes his body can finally recover from undergoing intensive training while on the series.

The actor told The Mirror that being nearly 40 meant his body didn’t ‘bounce back as easy’.

He said: ‘They work you hard and it’s now final week and there’s a lot to take on. And the body’s not far off coming to a standstill. I mean, it takes its toll on your body more than anything else.’

He continued: ‘I think that’s the only reason I can get through this because I know at the end, I’ve got my beautiful family to go back to.

‘I live for that, doing the normal every day, taking the kids to school, going to the park, the things I used to take for granted, I will be embracing very much.’

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