The Repair Shop's Will Kirk reveals adorable home video of baby daughter
Will Kirk became a father last year after welcoming his daughter in July 2022. A doting dad to his baby girl, while The Repair Shop star hasn't revealed her name, he has given fans regular updates on his family life. On Monday, the TV star posted an adorable home video of his little one on Instagram, and it looks like she's already following in his footsteps.
Giving fans a glimpse into his daughter's latest obsession, Will filmed her playing with the strings on his acoustic guitar and joked that they were forming a "family band."
Back in 2021, the 37-year-old told his Instagram followers that he'd decided to take up a musical instrument, writing: "My attempt at learning the guitar during the first lockdown didn't last long... I'm hoping that it goes better this time! Let me know if you have any handy tips for a beginner." Just imagine how adorable it would be if he formed a family band with his daughter!
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The furniture restorer shares his baby girl with his wife, Polly, whom he married on 5 August 2021. Following their romantic ceremony in the Cotswolds, Will shared several photos from the big day on Instagram, which showed his beautiful bride wearing a silk gown complete with a V-neck and romantic lace sleeves. Will, meanwhile, was a dapper groom in a blue suit with a patterned blue tie and brown shoes.
The couple stood against the backdrop of rustic stone cottages with picturesque pink wildflowers growing up the walls – a spot some of Will's followers recognised as a popular Cotswolds tourist attraction – Arlington Row in Bibury. They had previously said 'I do' at the Kings Head Hotel in Cirencester and exchanged rings created by Will's Repair Shop co-star, Master Goldsmith Richard Talman.
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