Tragic Information Regarding Last Weeks of Strictly Star Robin Windsor’s Life have Emerged

Robin Windsor spent his last weeks entertaining on a lavish cruise and catching up with the mother of one of his former Strictly Come Dancing partners before his unexpected passing.

On Tuesday, news broke that the professional dancer had passed away at the age of 44.

Windsor appeared on the BBC series from 2010 until 2014, where he was partnered with celebrities such as Lisa Riley, Patsy Kensit, Anita Dobson, and Deborah Meaden.

His latest performance was in the stage show Come What May, a tribute to Moulin Rouge.

The announcement of his passing was made in a statement on the official Facebook page of his dance company, Burn The Floor, which he established.

A message was shared stating that Robin “Bobby” Windsor, one of the founding members of the Burn the Floor (BTF) family, has sadly passed away.

(Picture: BBC/Ray Burmiston) He had a stint on the show beginning in 2010 and ending four years later

For twenty years, he was our dance partner—a BTF journeyman—on Broadway, in London’s West End, and on all our wild escapades across the globe.

Colourful, extreme, and sensual—that is how our firm was identified by his breathtaking image alongside Jessica Raffa.

The reputation of Burn the Floor as a live performance was built in part by his skill, attitude, intensity, and personality. We will always remember the good times we had with him, even though he has left an irreplaceable hole in our hearts.

Windsor was spotted enjoying some sun in South Africa in the weeks leading up to his passing. He shared several photos from his trip.

Windsor provided multiple updates on his vacation after performing as a dancer on a ship that made stops in Madagascar and Mozambique.

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He stayed at a safari resort at the tail end of January and then posted images of lions, warthogs, giraffes, and elephants.

The vacation, he claimed, was serving as the ideal “distraction.”(Image sourced from Instagram by Robin Windsor)

He later posted photos of his performance on the ship, captioning one with: ‘The show must go on.’

While visiting, he also had a chance to meet up with Deborah’s mum, which he shared with fans in a post on X in late January, saying: ‘Don’t you just love it!’

The dancer later mentioned that South Africa was ‘the distractions of all distractions’.

In early January, he shared the following message on Instagram: ‘Big shout out and love to everyone who’s reached out and checked in the last week.’ Apologies for the delayed response… It has been a challenging period, but there are signs of improvement. Robin.

His most recent update featured a selfie captured in a dimly lit room, with Wright adding the caption: ‘Hiding in the shadows.’

The last public photo of him was also shared by Instagram user @mickyzanycomic on February 4, and shows the ballroom star smiling while posing with friends on a South African cruise.

Just two weeks ago, Windsor commented on the picture: ‘Sooo lovely to meet you both ❤️❤️.’

Supporters who have been following Windsor since his Strictly days reacted to his latest social media post with their tributes.

‘No longer in the shadows but in the light,’ commented charlotte.bruce.357, while user trahoney said: ‘So shocked and saddened to hear the news. Have followed him for years since Strictly, an amazing talent. RIP.’

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‘In total shock,’ agreed 4evermiska, while xxmsmillsxx said: ‘Such sad news 😢 Sending love to Robins family, friends & strictly colleagues.’

jazzmprince described him as a gorgeous man, an amazing dancer, and their favourite SCD Pro. Rest peacefully.

James Jordan, a former co-star on Strictly, also honoured him, recalling him as ‘caring and fun,’ and expressing, ‘You will be missed old friend.’

On Good Morning Britain, Susanna Reid expressed her admiration for Windsor, calling him ‘larger than life’ and cherishing the moments they danced together.

I absolutely loved him, he had such an amazing personality. She mentioned that there was something truly unique about dancing with him.

Sisco Entertainment, representing Windsor in different aspects of theatre and corporate entertainment, sadly announced the passing of their dear friend, Robin Windsor.

In his final Instagram post, “shocked” fans paid their tributes (Can Nguyen/Shutterstock).

More than just a performer, Robin brought an aura of passion, elegance, and natural ability to Come What May.

Audiences were enthralled by his remarkable talent for conveying emotion through dance.

Robin brought an electric energy and warmth to both rehearsals and performances—it wasn’t only his dancing—that captivated the audience. His generosity knew no bounds and his laughter spread like wildfire.

Everyone lucky enough to know him treasured his friendship. Robin, we will miss you terribly. Even though Come What May will go on without you, the people who were lucky enough to be around you will carry your memory with them forever.

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