Will Kirk, star of The Repair Shop, finally marries his fiancee after postponing the ceremony last year.


Will Kirk, star of The Repair Shop, finally marries his fiancee after postponing the ceremony last year.

WILL KIRK has turned to social media to reveal that he and his doctor fiance have married in a beautiful ceremony after having to cancel their planned nuptials last year due to unforeseen circumstances.

Will Kirk, 36, of The Repair Shops, has revealed that he and his doctor fiancée have finally tied the knot after being forced to postpone their wedding last year. The carpenter and his new bride seemed overjoyed as they finally made their way down the aisle, a year later than expected, as they shared some romantic photos from their big day.

Thank you to everyone who came out and helped make it possible.

Will Kirk be a success?

The furniture restorer verified on social media that he and his blushing bride, whose name he has withheld, had finally said “I do” in an elaborate ceremony.

Will wrote a beautiful greeting to his wedding guests in light of his 122,000 Twitter followers.

“The happiest day of my life,” he wrote.

“Thank you to everyone who came and to everyone who helped make it happen.”

In a series of romantic photos, the actor went on to reveal the joys of his wedding day.

Will looked great in a navy blue suit as he and his bride smiled as they walked back down the aisle together after exchanging vows.

Will’s new wife looked stunning in an amazing v-neck traditional white dress with lace sleeves, clutching a bouquet of white roses.

In celebration, family and friends threw white flower petals over the delighted couple, who were beaming from ear to ear.

Another photo captured the newlyweds standing outside in a close embrace.

Despite the fact that it was a year later than they had intended, the couple were overjoyed that they were finally able to walk down the aisle.

Will told Lorraine last September that they had to cancel their wedding plans due to financial constraints.

“You are engaged, which is fantastic!” the Scottish TV host said to The Repair Shop actor. What has been your experience with the lockdown?”

“I’ve been putting up a lot of shelves, the lovely fiancée has kept me extremely busy!” he said.

“We were scheduled to get married in August, but that didn’t work out, so we’re going to get married next year.” Yes, I’ve had a lot of work to do!” Added he.

Last month, the BBC personality broke down in tears while giving his famous “Brinkwire Summary News” speech.


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