Moir's aunt, Carol, seemed to think it was funny that little Virtue and Moir were in a relationship, so she figured she should try them out on the ice, Moir said.Out of an early divorce grew an Olympic and world champion."We actually started talking.'' Moir said that - at their tender ages - they went to a summer camp and were set up by Moir's cousin and Virtue's sister. "Maybe that's why I had to break up with you.'' The breakup wasn't necessarily done with much courage.
"And that's really been a help when you get on the ice and you look at each other, you really do feel comfortable.She also became world ice-skating champion two times, once in 2010 and, 2012.Moreover, she has earned Four Continents Championships, and in 2008, she won the gold medal.That connection was never really there after seven and nine."I think she's kind of broken hearted sometimes.'' Moir said, always joking.It's a lot easier to skate.'' They are different people learning how to be one, and that's what makes their dancing so special."It's been a little bit of a challenge (being as one), especially the last couple of years, but it feels really great right now and we can skate together if we're like this.'' Virtue says they are the only two people they know who has experienced what the other has.Just when you think that all was said and done years ago, Moir says he doesn't think the business relationship they share would necessarily scare them out of dating in the future.But then he adds: "But I don't see that side of it.It will certainly be a transition period.'' They always joke that when they are really old, they'll be taking ballroom dancing together.The Canadian Ice Dancer, Tessa Virtue was born on 17th May 1989 in London, Ontario, Canada.