Ciri was bound to Geralt by the “law of surprise” promise her father Duny (Bart Edwards) made to the witcher for saving his life.
Ciri is Geralt's adopted daughter, bound to his destiny by the Law of Surprise. The books and Netflix show detail how Geralt came to have his fate intertwined with Ciri's, and it would later be that Ciri would also become a Witcher under the tutelage of Geralt. So Geralt can be seen as her adoptive father and mentor.
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Ciri, when she is in the woods with the young girl, says she learned how to fight from her father, Geralt. Geralt, in turn, views Ciri as his daughter, as does Yennefer. … [Geralt and Ciri] are not lovers, nor are they in love with each other.”
First of all, Ciri is obviously not Geralt's biological daughter but in legal terms, he is technically her father or guardian. This all stems from the Law of Surprise, which Geralt invoked after saving the life of Ciri's actual father, a knight named Duny, not knowing what it would entail at the time.
She is the sister of actor and screenwriter Andy de la Tour, and was briefly married to playwright Tom Kempinski. She has a son and a daughter.
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