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Thursday 8 December 2016

Jodi and Kian escape to castle for anniversary

Anniversary

Kian Egan and Jodi Albert
Kian Egan and Jodi Albert

It's just a matter of weeks before they become parents for the second time, but that didn't stop Jodi Albert and husband Kian Egan from celebrating their anniversary in style.

Ex-Westlife singer Kian (35) whisked his heavily pregnant wife away for a romantic weekend in the lavish Kilronan Castle in Roscommon.

The celebrity couple, who have 3-year-old son Koa together, tied the knot six years ago, but it seems they're more loved up now than ever before.

Actress Jodi (31) thanked her other half with a sweet tribute.

"You treat me like a princess everyday but our trip to this beautiful castle for our anniversary topped it. I love you."

The former Hollyoaks star took a trip down memory lane as she recalled her beach nuptials to her boyband beau.

"8/5/09 in Barbados my fairytale came true when I married my soulmate," she wrote.

"I love you more and more with each passing year. Twelve years together and six years married. Happy anniversary my beautiful husband. Can't wait for more babies."

This isn't the first time Voice of Ireland coach Kian has treated Jodi to a thoughtful surprise.

Last month, the Sligo native threw his wife a baby shower with the help of her family and friends.

Jodi is due to give birth to the couple's second child any day now and recently tweeted: "Baby no 2 countdown is on."

Hollyoaks hen party at Lillie's

She's due to wed soon, and Hollyoaks star Kelly Marie Stewart celebrated her last night of single life on Irish soil as she brought her hen party to Lillie's Bordello this weekend.

The actress was joined by friends as she danced the night away in the VIP members bar, while model and socialite Melina Skvortsova was also spotted partying in the celebrity hotspot.

Jockey rides into Dublin

Dancer Emma O'Kane will take to the stage in the Samuel Beckett Theatre later this month, as her production 'Jockey' comes to the capital.

Exploring the physical relationship between the dancer, the jockey and the Irish thoroughbred horse, the show will run from May 20-22 as part of the Dublin Dance Festival.

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