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Daisy May Cooper pens loving, hilarious tribute to husband Will Weston after birth of son


Daisy May Cooper pens loving, hilarious tribute to husband Will Weston (Picture: Daisy May Cooper)

Daisy May Cooper has penned a loving (and hilarious) tribute to her husband Will Weston, following the birth of the couple’s second child.

The This Country star gave birth to a son last week, announcing last Tuesday that ‘the bubba has landed.’

Now, the comedy icon has taken to Instagram to pay tribute to Will, as well as offer some tongue-in-cheek advice about finding love.

‘The love that I have for this fella is unreal,’ she wrote.

‘Advice for yer ladies, marry someone that you fancy, whos [sic] kind, that you can fart Infront [sic] of, who makes you laugh and isn’t squeamish of a dirty sanitary pad.’

Well, there we have it. Daisy May Cooper’s guide to finding everlasting love. Who said you needed Tinder?

Daisy gave birth last week (Picture: Instagram)

The 34-year-old actress and writer was still active on social media following the birth, where she admitted that the arrival of her son into the world had been a tad ‘traumatic.’

‘Cannot thank @deliverysuitegrh for all they are doing for our little bubba and me. Its been quite a traumatic few days and they have gone above and beyond.’

Daisy has yet to share the name of the new arrival, but she and Will are also parents to two-year-old daughter, Pip.

Daisy is best known for creating, writing and starring in the acclaimed BBC Three mockumentary This Country with her brother, Charlie Cooper.

The siblings starred as cousins Kerry and Kurtan Mucklowe in the series, which lasted for three series and ended earlier this year.

But it turns out that their working relationship isn’t over yet – as they are apparently hard at work on their first post-This Country project together, which will be another comedy.

This Country is available via BBC iPlayer.

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