The US figure skaters competing at the Olympics are partners on the ice, and married off it.
They say you should never take your work home with you, but for the two-time former US champions it's unavoidable.
We take so much pride in that."Sunday's skate was a toned-down version of their usual routine, which typically includes a move that has Virtue straddling Moir's shoulders from the front.
Russians Vladimir Morozov and Evgenia Tarasova, the two-time European champions, are rarely out of step whether are on or off.
"We had mutual understanding from the very beginning," Tarasova said.
Relationship status is ‘none of your business,'” Moir said, snapping his fingers, “but I can say that the last two years, we’ve been in a very committed relationship with our sport.” He continued: “We’re the type of athletes that dive headfirst into the whole process and I just honestly don’t know where you would find time for that.
And part of the reason was that maybe why we wouldn’t continue was to open up that side of our life, maybe, and see where that goes, and that’s as personal as I’ll get, but let’s see what happens.” Though the on-ice pair have shared “platonic” kisses during practices, according to Canada’s National Post, it appears they’re also friendly exes, having “dated” during childhood.
"To work harder and do all of these things right, we just realized that to date and be with each other 24/7 with our particular personalities was just explosive," Donohue said.