But for her father Christopher Lovett, watching the hit ITV1 show will stir a very different emotion â€“ bitter regret at the shocking behaviour that cost him the chance to see her grow up.
Christopher, who has not seen Kelly, 30, since she was seven, chokes back tears as he pleads:
â€œKelly, I love you with all my heart. Please forgive me and let me be your dad again.â€
He admits his failure to provide for his family, a drink problem and a vicious temper tore his family apart. But he still idolises his daughter, and treasures the memories of their time together.
Christopher, 65, says: â€œI loved her from the moment she took her first breath. I remember as clear as day Kelly and I singing together, from the moment she could talk. Our favourite songs were by Stevie Wonder. I would put one headphone in my ear and the other in hers and we would sing and sing, so happy to be together.
â€œBut then I lost my job at a transportation company, sank into a depression about money and began drinking more and more. The failure to provide for my family fuelled an anger that I will be ashamed of until my dying day.
â€œIt wasnâ€™t physical between me and Kellyâ€™s mum, but there were many days and nights when Kelly would be bawling her eyes out, clutching my leg begging me, â€˜Please daddy stop shouting at mummyâ€™. That image of her howling, begging me to stop will haunt me forever.
â€œI really hoped I would get to make it up to her. Sadly I am still waiting for that day. But I canâ€™t give up hope. Thatâ€™s why there is a room in my house which I have decorated especially for Kelly, just in case she comes through the front door.â€