The Repair Shop’s Will Kirk leaves fans concerned ‘Please don’t leave’

Will Kirk is one of The Repair Shop’s most popular presenters, bringing viewers to tears with his excellent restoration work. However, Will sparked concerns about a possible departure from the BBC show after revealing his new project alongside Antiques Road Trip’s Christina Trevanion.

Fans of Will have loved seeing him on TV more recently after he appeared on shows such as Celebrity MasterChef and Morning Live.

Some viewers, however, have raised their worries that the beloved restoration expert may be leaving the show to follow his growing TV career.

Will recently posted a picture on Instagram of himself alongside Antiques Road Trip regular Christina Trevanion, captioning the photo: “Happy Friday! I’m delighted to share with you details of a new series I’m working on with the wonderful Christina Trevanion @christinatrevanion.

“Travelling the country finding treasures hidden in homes and unloved items being given a new lease of life. Coming to your screen next year.”

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Loyal followers flooded his comment section with messages of congratulations and excitement to see where his next venture takes him. 

However, some fans weren’t as delighted at the news as they took the opportunity to make sure his new role meant he wasn’t leaving The Repair Shop. 

One viewer wrote: “Great idea – but please don’t leave Repair Shop!” 

Another agreed and commented: “Fabulous, but please don’t leave The Repair Shop,” with a third echoing: “Hope you’re still going to be working in the repair shop.” (sic)

Will hasn’t revealed that he would be leaving the show anytime soon, which means his fans don’t need to panic.

Christina and Will’s show will see the two of them unearth hidden gems and discarded family heirlooms that they can then restore and sell at auction. 

BBC’s official synopsis of the show reads: “Sifting through one family home at a time, Will and Christina first need to identify the items that will sell best at a bespoke auction.

“Christina will call on her auctioneer contacts and expertise, whilst Will uses his incredible craft and restoration skills to bring new life to neglected treasures – ready for a thrilling on-site auction.” 

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Will recently took on the challenge of Celebrity MasterChef alongside Melissa John, Katie Price, Joe Swash and Dion Dublin. 

Despite giving it his best, unfortunately, Will was the first of the five contestants in that week to be eliminated from the show. 

Will suffered a heavy blow from John Torode after he said he was worried to eat the chicken that he had prepared after he kept opening and closing the oven door. 

To top off his run of bad luck with meat, Will served John and Gregg Wallace raw duck in The Dinner Party Challenge. 

He attempted to make cooked duck breast and sweet potato mash with tender stem broccoli and a red wine jus made from cranberries, orange, and honey. 

Unfortunately, his raw poultry dishes were enough to send him home, leaving the viewers and Will gutted that he was the first one out. 

Fans of Will took to Twitter to express their sadness for his eviction, with Catriona writing: “Aw, Will! Such a sweet person, you tried your best #CelebrityMasterChef.”

Sharon Thompson also wrote: “#CelebrityMasterChef noooooo Will nooooo he is my fav where is the remote, disgusted!” (sic)

The Repair Shop airs on BBC One on Wednesdays at 9pm. 
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