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AJ Pritchard left in tears as girlfriend Abbie Quinnen pays tribute to him on second anniversary after horror accident

AJ PRITCHARD was left in tears after girlfriend Abbie Quinnen paid tribute to him on their second anniversary following her horror accident.

The former Strictly Come Dancing star took to Instagram on Tuesday to repost Abbie's tribute to him and wrote alongside it: "This brought tears to my eyes…. We are so happy together & get to share our life’s with each other.

"The overwhelming love & support that has been shown towards @abbiequinnen these past weeks is only but a drop in the ocean of the love that I have for you… ❤️. YAY No.1 Carer."

Abbie, 24, suffered painful third-degree burns in a horrific fireball accident in January.

Sharing a throwback picture with AJ, 26, from before her accident, Abbie wrote on her Instagram page: "Happy 2nd year anniversary to the most beautiful, intelligent, handsome, caring person I know @aj11ace thank you for putting up with me for a whole 2 years."

She gushed: "you really are my dream come true and I can’t thank you enough for everything you do for me and for being my number 1 carer!



"Here’s to many more years together creating so many amazing memories ❤️ love you more than any words can describe!

"There are 7.9 billion people on this planet and you are my favourite ❤️💋👫🏼 these photos were our first professional photos together so they are extra special @ok_mag."

The couple's posts and anniversary comes days after Abbie stepped out for the first time since her horror accident in January.

Abbie wore a black compression bandage around her neck to protect her injuries as they continue to heal.

She covered up with a cap, a chunky winter coat and scarf, while former Strictly star AJ kept things casual in a navy jacket and light blue jeans.

Last week The Sun revealed how Abbie begged to know if AJ still loved her after her face was badly burned.

Heroic AJ acted fast to put out the blaze and smothered Abbie in wet towels, before calling 999.

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