Daisy Mae Cooper from this country ‘dumps her husband after getting bored of marriage’
Country star Daisy May Cooper is believed to have abandoned landscape gardener Will Weston, with whom she shares two children
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Daisy Mae Cooper is allegedly from this country and her husband has separated.
Daisy, 34, is believed to have been abandoned by landscape gardener Will Weston, with whom she shares two children.
The actress was “sick” of her two-year marriage amid the pressure of the lockdown, the sun reports.
The BAFTA winner’s alleged split comes ten months after the birth of their second child.
A source told the newspaper: “Daisy said she was increasingly tired of married life and was struggling in her relationship with Will.
They ended things for good earlier this year.
“She took off her wedding ring and told her friends that their marriage was over.
They said Daisy also removed Will from her media business manager position, adding, “It’s been a tough 17 months for everyone and Daisy and Will were no exception.”
They continued, saying that Daisy is “trying to move forward with the support of her family and friends” and “putting a brave face on the split.”
The source added that the couple, who married in September 2019, “are both devoted parents to their children.”
In a previous discussion of the relationship on social media, Daisy did not indicate that the marriage was under any pressure.
“I’m so lucky to have found my soul mate,” Daisy said.
The Mirror has contacted Daisy May representatives for comment on the alleged split.
Earlier this year, Daisy apologized to fans after quickly retracting an attack Instagram Mail.
The star shared two photos of her celebrating her postpartum weight loss, but added that she looked like a “dwarf,” which infuriated her fans.
Daisy snapped a mirror selfie showing off the results of the keto diet that helped her get back in shape after welcoming her second son in September.
She responded quickly, after it turned out that the use of the offensive word upset many people and admitted in her apology: “I should know better.”
In a separate post on her Instagram Story, Daisy wrote, “I’m so sorry. Thank you so much to everyone who contacted me. Love you all.”
The Little People of America Charity described the word dwarf as something “created as a sign used to refer to people of short stature who were on display to the public for curiosity and sport.”
Daisy who plays Kerry on the BBC sitcom has been named as the new team leader in Sky’s reboot of Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
She stars in This Country alongside her brother Charlie, 32, who plays Cortan and they both wrote the series.