Farmer Wants a Wife's Will breaks online silence after Hayley Love welcomes baby girl

Farmer Wants a Wife’s Will Dwyer has posted his first photo to Instagram after the his ex Hayley Love announced the arrival of her baby girl.

However, he has yet to comment on the birth of Daisy, who was introduced to the world on Friday.

Farmer Will from Farmer Wants A Wife
Hayley Love has welcomed her first child, whom she claims is Farmer Will's. Photo: Channel Seven

“Born on 7th December 2021 at 10:03pm weighing 3.6kgs. I can’t believe you are mine, my little best friend,” Hayley wrote alongside two adorable photos of the bub.

Later in the day, Farmer Will took to his own social media account to post a photo to his Instagram Story, endorsing a clothing company.

The photo shows Will wearing a black shirt and an Akubra hat, while herding a dog into the back of a Ute.


Hayley Love's daughter, Daisy
Daisy was born on 7th December. Photo: Instagram/hayleyjlove

Back in July, Hayley announced she was pregnant in a statement to, claiming it was Farmer Will’s child.

Hayley, who was originally vying for Farmer Matt Trewin’s love on the show, alleged she began a relationship with Farmer Will in December 2020, after the show was filmed but ahead of filming for the reunion episode.

Hayley Love holding her daughter Daisy
Hayley looks blissfully happy in her photos. Photo: Instagram/hayleyjlove
Hayley Love holding her pregnant bump
Hayley revealed at 22 weeks pregnant that she was expecting a child, allegedly with Farmer Will. Photo: Instagram/hayleyjlove

“I am 22 weeks pregnant with Farmer Will’s child,” Hayley told in the statement.

The 25-year-old personal assistant from Victoria said she decided to end things with Will after a woman confessed her feelings for the Farmer in a message to her on Instagram.

“On the 2nd April I left his house thinking, ‘I’m never coming back, I’m done.’ The next morning I found out I was 6 weeks pregnant. I was terrified to tell him,” she said.

Hayley said she came forward to “tell her truth” after rumours of the alleged pregnancy began swirling online.

Hours later, Farmer Will took to his Instagram account to post a cryptic meme.

"A wolf does not concern himself with the opinions of sheep," the meme read.


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