This Country's Daisy Cooper is unrecognisable after incredible hair transformation

DAISY May Cooper has been snapped looking better than ever after a trip to aluxurious hair salon.

The 'This Country' star looked unrecognisable as she debuted a new hairstyle following her split from her husband.



The 34-year-old actress visited the high-end Inanch salon in London, with hair extension expert, Petar Hristov tending to her tresses.

Daisy's appeared to have gotten her natural brunette roots restored back to their glossy blonde glory.

Her hair looked healthier than ever, glistening in the camera as she smirked and blew a kiss at her fans.

The video, posted to professional hairstylist Petar's Instagram page showed off the expertise of the salon as well as Daisy's glam new look.

"Had such a pleasure to do @daisymaycooper hair once again today," Petar wrote.

"What an amazing time we had and we did some work as well. Thank you so much @daisymaycooper for feeling my day with so much love and laugh. That’s why I love my job".

The BBC Three actress has been looking noticeably happier and more glamorous since her split from her husband.

Previously, the 34-year-old- who is set to star in her own BBC comedy-  was keen to show her followers her incredible makeover on social media.

She wore her hair off her face in a sleek ponytail with long blonde hair extensions  – looking a far cry from her This Country character Kerry.

The sassy picture comes after The Sun revealed she is said to have grown “tired” of her two-year marriage amid the pressure of lockdown.

Daisy’s split from landscape gardener Will Weston comes ten months after the birth of their second child.

The Bafta award winner stars as Kerry alongside brother Charlie, 32, as Kurtan, in the BBC sitcom, which they wrote.

A source said: “Daisy said she had grown increasingly tired of married life and was struggling in her relationship with Will.

“They ended things for good earlier this year.

“She has taken off her wedding ring and has been telling her friends their marriage is over.

“She has also removed Will as a director on her media business.

“It’s been a tough 17 months for everyone and Daisy and Will were no exception.

“She is trying to move on with the support of her family and friends and is putting a brave face on the split.

“They are both devoted parents to their kids.”

Daisy and Will married in September 2019 and have two children, daughter Pip, two, and a son, Jack, born last October.


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