Will Kirk has shared pics of his wedding ceremony on Instagram after he finally got to marry the love of his life following the ceremony being postponed due to Coronavirus
Will Kirk has shared some delightful pics from his wedding day, after he finally tied the knot following the cancellation of the original ceremony.
The 36-year-old star of BBC’s hit show, The Repair Show, is full of smiles and looking dapper in the series of photos he posted on Instagram following the ceremony.
Captioning the photos, Will wrote: “The best day of my life.”
He then paid tribute to all that got him and his partner down the aisle, adding: “Thank you to all who attended and to those that helped to make it happen.”
Will looked every inch the perfect groom as he walked with his bride on his arm as guests threw confetti at the ceremony which seems to have been at a stately home.
The TV star wore a sharp blue suit and white shirt with burgundy shoes, while his bride, whose name has been kept private, was stunning in a white v-neck dress with detailed lace sleeves.
She carried a delightful posey of white roses while her blond hair hung down apart from a strip of hair which was tied around the back of her head with sweet floral detail.
In a second, black and white photo, Will is seen sitting with his hand around the shoulder of his bride as they look to sign the register.
In the last of the snaps, Will lovingly kisses his new wife as they head outside for photos in front of a series of aged stone buildings on the estate where they have married.
It hasn’t been a smooth ride to this point though for The Repair Shop star and his doctor wife, as they had originally hoped to have got married last year.
Speaking on Lorraine back in September , Will revealed that he and his wife-to-be should have tied the knot in August, but were forced to cancel.
Lorraine Kelly said: “You are engaged and that’s grand! How has the lockdown been for you?”
Will replied: “I’ve been putting up lots of shelves, the lovely fiancée has been keeping me very busy! We were supposed to be getting married in August and unfortunately that didn’t happen, so we’re going to get married next year. Yes, I’ve been kept busy!”
In July, Will got emotional about the big day while appearing on BBC’s Morning Live.
Hosts Gethin Jones and Kym Marsh made Will well up after they shared some recorded messages from cast of the show, all wishing him luck with the big day.
Gethin said: “Listen, good luck over the next couple of weeks with the wedding.
“We couldn’t let you go without at least sending you some well wishes from the Morning Live family.
“More importantly, some relationship advice.”
Before the clips had begun, Will said: “You’re going to make me cry.”
The video saw the likes of Rav Wilding and other Morning Live faces sharing their top tips and advice.
Rav suggested “Buy her flowers! Even if she said she doesn’t love flowers, trust me – she’s lying, everyone loves flowers!”
Others told him to always agree, put the toilet seat down and celebrate the small things.
After the video ended, Will said: “Thanks guys. I’m going to cry on TV.”
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