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Doug and Kayla Ford share father and daughter dance at wedding

Ontario Premier Doug Ford's daughter Kayla (one of his four K-named children with wife Karla) tied the knot on Sunday in a gorgeous ceremony attended by family and friends at The Pearle Hotel and Spa in Burlington.

The holistic health coach celebrated her marriage to police officer Mohammed Hadi by sharing a traditional father and daughter dance with the premier, and later posted a video of the heartfelt moment on Instagram.

Kayla attached a caption to the video, telling her followers that "no love in this world can compare to the love a father has for their daughter(s), and the love a daughter has for their father. So pure and angelic."

"I am blessed to have you as my Dad, no words can ever describe the warmth, affection, strength, confidence you give to me (and my sisters). You make my hard days feel so light, and my good days even better."

"When I am going through a difficult time, I just need to hear your uplifting voice. You are the wind beneath my wings, my real-life superhero. You and Mom both, the best role models my sisters and I will ever have. Thank you for everything you do for us."

Hadi (née Ford) addressed those who may not be on the best terms with their parents, saying that "For those of you who have an estranged relationship with your mother/father, remember there are millions of people who would do anything to bring their parents back."

"Children are all parents have in their life, so love them fiercely."

Lead photo by

kaylafordwellness


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