'On-set visits keep romance alive' between model Madeline Mulqueen and Hollywood star Jack Reynor
Spending quality time with your fiance can be tough when he's an in-demand Hollywood star - all those red carpet premieres and PR calls make pencilling in "date nights" near impossible.
But Madeline Mulqueen has found a handy way to work around such issues - by accompanying her man Jack Reynor around to his film shoots. Simples.
Madeline, who blogs and models, says the couple feel "lucky" to lead exciting careers.
"Of course it can be hard, we're both aware that we have busy schedules and lives," she told the Diary.
"But it's OK. We really appreciate getting to see wonderful parts of the world with both our jobs.
"You can't really complain because you get loads of new experiences and every set is different as well.
The 25-year-old will next fly out to Budapest to visit Jack on the set of upcoming war movie HHHH.
While they have yet to make any wedding plans, Madeline said she gets lots of inspiration from modelling wedding dresses.
"There are a lot of beautiful dresses out there, it's so hard to pick," she said.
"I really like certain dresses on shoots, but I just don't know what design I'll eventually go for because my style might completely change.
"I'm lucky now that I know lots of incredible designers, so I might be able to call on one of them when the time comes."
The Limerick native is known for her trim physique, and Madeline said she's proud that her career as a fitness model is taking off.
"I recently signed up with a fitness agency called W Athletic," said Madeline.
"They're UK-based and they'll be opening shop soon in Ireland. I'm proud to be part of a team that's coming here.
"I've a few jobs coming up with them, and being a fitness model is a good way to stay focussed and in shape.
"It's your 24/7 job because you're not going to get booked if you're not looking after yourself.
"It's on my mind a lot more, because they're booking you from your head to your toes.
"You really do need to know what you're doing as well - you can't go in to a shoot and fake a squat.
"You need to have fitness knowledge. I studied personal training a few years ago, so I'm pretty proud I got noticed for the work I've been doing."