Model Madeline Mulqueen walks the red carpet with Jack
Model Madeline Mulqueen has traded in the catwalk for the red carpet this week as she supports her actor fiance Jack Reynor at the Cannes Film Festival.
The brunette stunner (24) jetted to the star-studded event to be on the arm of her husband-to-be as his latest flick Macbeth, which also stars Irish actor Michael Fassbender, premieres at the event today.
It seems that Jack isn't the only Irishman Madeline is keen to support at the world famous festival, as she stepped out to mingle with Hollywood greats in designs by home-grown designer Colin Horgan.
The Limerick native, who shot to fame when she starred in the video for the Rubberbandits viral hit Horse Outside, also made the most of the festival's party reputation as she attended a stylish event thrown by French fashion mag Stylist.
Last week, the bride-to-be, who is rumoured to be getting hitched to Reynor later this year, took a break from her hectic life to head to Newgrange for a pilates weekend with Pilates Plus Dublin.
In her blog, the fitness fanatic revealed she signed up for the boot camp to get back into shape after suffering an injury.
"My strength and energy was quite low, but I also found it very difficult to get back into the right frame of mind," she wrote.
"This was just what I needed and it couldn't have come at a better time."
Lisa parties at Lillie's
She's busier than ever with hosting her 'Fashion Fix Roadshows' around the country, but stylist and presenter Lisa Fitzpatrick took some time out to enjoy a night out with some friends in the exclusive VIP bar in Lillie's Bordello.
Irish director Carl Finnegan was also spotted in the celeb haunt over the weekend.
Star for book fest
Oscar-nominated actor Michael Shannon will be on Irish shores this week as he has been confirmed to attend this year's International Literature Festival Dublin.
The Boardwalk Empire star looks set to participate in the festival's celebration of WB Yeats' 150th birthday, 'Bodies That Can Never Tire', on Friday.
The Revolutionary Road actor will join Irish actors including Fair City's Sean Doyle and Aoibhin Garrihy in the Smock Alley Theatre for the fundraising arts event, with proceeds in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital.