Of all the denials parents might reasonably anticipate having to make, this was none of them.
It probably helps (psychologically, at least) that she's got a team of people pulling for her. Her partner, Fagan, who's Aussie, issued a denial on behalf of both of them last night from the main stage, after a very warm day.
"Our little boy, Hamish, is two. He's been seen carrying two hankies around the festival site today and waving them around. A lot of people have been assuming that we've been training him, cruelly, to the ancient art of morris dancing. This isn't the case.
"It's an Australian thing. I gave him the hankies, hoping that he'd wave them in Nancy's general direction - to cool her down. He hasn't got the hang of it yet."
Kerr looked a bit spooked by the possibility that she has a nascent morris dancer pitter-pattering about the place. "Whatever he's doing, that's his business," she clarified. "We'll always love him."
Here's Queen of Waters, which I somehow only heard for the first time yesterday, despite it being nominated for Best Song at this year's folk awards. Love at first encounter.
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