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The dancing duo, runners-up in 2018, coached one group while Rachel taught festive-themed puzzles. They joined Amazon’s Very Important Breakfast Clubs, which aim to make sure every child starts their day with a healthy meal. The five schools benefiting yesterday were in Doncaster, Poole, Brent in North London, Scunthorpe and Edinburgh.
Their other showbiz teachers were chart star Professor Green – helping youngsters come up with rhymes in a rap session – and TV doctor Ranj Singh, taking a science lesson.
Footballer Lia Lewis wowed the school-kids with her amazing skills.
Amazon started delivering food to schools at the start of the pandemic – the lessons are a festive treat for all schools to view.
Rachel said: “I hope I can show maths can be fun.”
Meanwhile Strictly’s Maisie Smith has a huge new fan in Khloe Kardashian, after the reality star again complimented the Strictly Come Dancing hopeful on her “beautiful body”.
Speaking to Zoe Ball on Wednesday’s It Takes Two, Maisie admitted she was flummoxed by the praise, which came after the actress opened up about her body insecurities on social media.
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“You have got Khloe Kardashian in your corner,” Zoe began. “She’s been stalking you on Instagram and she sends you this lovely message.
“When that appeared, what was your reaction?”
Maisie explained: “Someone in the studio said, ‘Do you know that Khloe Kardashian has commented on your photo?’ and I was like ‘Nooooo, surely not.'”
The EastEnders star, 19, had shared a string of pictures showing off her legs, admitting she is self-conscious about her pins.
And Khloe, 36, commented on the snaps, saying her legs are “envy worthy”.
Maisie was thrilled by the praise from the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, saying she was “gassed”.
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