Coulter 'very proud' as daughter marries tenor
MUSIC legend Phil Coulter beamed with pride as he escorted his daughter Dominique up the aisle to wed fellow musician Paul Byrom.
In keeping with tradition, the beautiful blonde business and law graduate arrived eight minutes late at The Church of the Assumption in Booterstown, south Dublin. Dominique was dressed in a flowing Grace Kelly-style classic white wedding gown.
The 26-year-old native of Bray, Co Wicklow, clutched a bouquet of pink and white roses as she sauntered down the aisle with her beaming father at her side.
"I think she looks like a movie star," Mr Coulter told the Herald. "I'm very proud."
Awaiting her at the altar was the handsome 34-year-old tenor from Blackrock, south Dublin, whose impressive musical career to date includes serenading US President Barack Obama and his family at the White House on St Patrick's Day in 2009.
Emerging from the church, Mr Byrom (34) said it was "without question" the best day of his life so far. Among the 150 close family and friends attending the Mass were close friends of Mr Byrom, Irish rugby star Gordon D'Arcy and his model wife Aoife Cogan.
The newlyweds will host a two-day reception at the elegant Rallsallagh House in Co Wicklow. and will honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico.