STRICTLY’S Maisie Smith said she missed her pet dog “like crazy” after moving out of the family home.
The EastEnders actress, 19, is currently in a bubble as she films the latest series of the BBC dancing competition.
But despite wowing the judges on the stage, it looks like Maisie is missing one important woman in her life: her dog.
She shared a throwback of herself laying on a huge grey pillow.
The star is wearing a black jumper top and a pair of mini-shorts as she hugs her adorable dog.
The Tiffany Butcher star captioned the pic: “Miss u like crazy girl”.
Maisie – who will be dancing the tango on Saturday’s Strictly show – should be confident going into next week having scored a total of 24 with her pro dancer Gorka Marquez, 30.
All three judges – Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabusi – gave them an eight.
But she faces a distraction from dance after she and fellow hopeful HRVY shared a string of flirty messages online.
It’s believed the soap actress is already being watched over by Strictly execs who want to ensure stars keep to social distancing.
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A source told The Sun: “Maisie and Hrvy are being monitored by the producers after it’s become clear their connection could easily lead into a Strictly romance.
“They’re both young, single and hot and the thought is that the two of them could bring the other cast into risk if they break the guidelines and get closer.
“They have both been told, as have the rest of the cast, that kissing is off limits. Usually the Strictly cast are very tactile. Not in 2020. The cast have secretly named bosses the ‘passion patrol’.”