The CBBC presenter, 19, and the author, 47, were all-smiles as they hopped into the back of a lavish Range Rover.
Contestant Tilly seemed in good spirits as she left the studios – despite her performance causing an awkward clash between the judges earlier in the night.
Heading home: Tilly Ramsay and her mum Tana appeared to be on fine form as they made a low-key departure from the filming of Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday
Sensational: The influencer took to the floor with Nikita Kuzmin earlier in the night to perform a fiery Paso Doble to Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo y Gabriela
The teenager looked chirpy and was unmissable in an eye-popping mint green hoodie, which she combined with a pair of black leggings.
Having put on a spellbinding performance with her dance partner Nikita Kuzmin only hours before, she sported a heavy helping of smoky dark eyeshadow.
Tying her luscious blonde locks into a ponytail, she waved to onlookers while flashing her pearly whites.
Meanwhile, Gordon Ramsay’s wife Tana put on an ever-glamorous display in a shimmering bronze top which she layered beneath a black blazer.
Beaming: The CBBC presenter, 19, and the author, 47, were all-smiles as they hopped into the back of a lavish Range Rover, before whizzing off home after a night of hard work
Centre of attention: Contestant Tilly was unmissable in an eye-popping mint green hoodie, which she combined with a pair of black leggings
Looking good: Having put on a spellbinding performance with her dance partner Nikita Kuzmin only hours before, she sported a heavy helping of smoky dark eyeshadow
She completed her outfit with a pair of tight leather trousers and wore her gorgeous walnut locks in glossy curls.
The influencer took to the floor with Nikita to perform a fiery Paso Doble to Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo y Gabriela.
High spirits: Tying her luscious blonde locks into a ponytail, she waved to onlookers while flashing her pearly whites
Stylish: Meanwhile, Gordon Ramsay’s wife put on an ever-glamorous display in a shimmering bronze top which she layered beneath a black blazer
What a pair! The mother-daughter duo appeared to be in high spirits
Hello! Tilly continued to wave goodbye to her fans
Despite Tilly giving it her all, her performance didn’t meet Craig’s standards as he felt that she didn’t put enough effort into the dance.
And after Craig gave the dance a tongue-lashing, branding it ‘half an investment’, Motsi hit back questioning if they were watching the same thing, while Shirley fumed: ‘I have no idea what you’re looking at!’
As host Tess Daly asked what he thought, Craig seethed: ‘for me it felt like half an investment’ adding that it ‘lacked drama’, while noting that Tilly wasn’t ‘dancing through the movement.
However, Motsi was very much in disagreement as she turned to Craig asking: ‘Did we see the same thing?’
Clashes: Week four of the competition saw things became tense between the judges as Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse snapped at Craig Revel Horwood over his critique of Tilly ‘s dance
The judge went on to praise Tilly, noting that she felt her determination, intention, attack from the leg, adding that it was ‘quite a strong performance.’
Shirley was also stunned by Craig’s thoughts, as she exclaimed: ‘I have no idea what you’re looking at!’
The head judge went on to comment on Tilly’s beautiful wrist and hands, saying that she was ‘poised and focused’ and concluded by remarking that it was ‘one of the better Paso Doble’s I’ve seen on a lady.’
Picking up on the drama, Anton quipped: ‘I love it! love it when Craig gets all grumpy’ before stating that the dance was the ‘best dance of the season so far’.
Not impressed: Shirley (centre-right) and Motsi (centre-left) made their thoughts on Craig’s (far left) comments very clear
Strictly Come Dancing – Week 4 leaderboard
Sara Davies and Aljaz Skorjanec – Tango to Por Una Cabeza by Carlos – 36
Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin – Paso Doble to Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo y Gabriela – 32
Adam Peaty and Katya Jones – Argentine Tango to Tango in the Night by Fleetwood Mac – 32
Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu – Salsa to Butter by BTS – 31
John Whaite and Johannes Radebe – American Smooth to I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) by George Michael and Aretha Franklin – 29
Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden – Foxtrot to Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra – 29
AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington – Samba to Don’t Go Yet by Camila Cabello – 28
Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice – Cha Cha Cha to Raspberry Beret by Prince – 27
Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova – U Can’t Touch This/Superfreak by MC Hammer/Rick James – 26
Judi Love and Graziano Di Prima – Waltz to Hero by Mariah Carey – 24
Greg Wise and Karen Hauer – Samba to Macarena by Los Del Rio – 19