Stef Reid hailed Andy Buchanan as an "incredible human" after leaving 'Dancing On Ice'.
The 37-year-old Paralympian became the seventh celebrity to leave the ITV show over the weekend, after she found herself in the skate-off against Kye Whyte, and Stef has now taken to social media to heap praise on her professional partner.
Alongside a photo of them together, Stef wrote on Twitter: "I will miss this so much! Thank you to everyone for their support and encouragement! And thank you most of all to this incredible human! @AndyBuchananTV #dancingonice (sic)"
Stef also thanked Andy for his support shortly after her exit was confirmed.
She told him at the time: "I can't thank you enough."
Despite this, the sport star relished her time on the show.
She shared: "I've loved every moment. It's not something that I ever thought I'd be able to do."
Prior to that, Stef revealed she felt grateful for the opportunity to appear on 'Dancing On Ice'.
The Paralympian lost her right foot in a boating accident at the age of 16, and despite having her right leg amputated below the knee, it hasn't stopped her from following her dreams.
Stef - who appeared on 'Celebrity MasterChef' in 2018 - previously said: "It's been amazing. I'm so fortunate that my whole life, I have had access and funds … prosthetic technology is amazing.
"I mean, I have woken up every day and always felt like I could do anything I wanted to do because I have legs to do it. I have a walking leg, a running leg, a high-heel leg, I have a skating leg.
"I know that's not everyone's scenario around the world. That, I feel really grateful for."