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Thursday 8 December 2016

Sinead Kennedy: I'm not ready to start a family just yet

Sinead Kennedy wedding
Sinead Kennedy wedding

She wed her husband Conor last year, but Winning Streak presenter Sinead Kennedy has insisted she's not ready to start a family.

The quirky co-host tied the knot with the sailor in Kerry last September, and while she thinks her other half would be an "amazing father", she has no plans to have children just yet.

"Would I like a family? Of course, we both would," said Sinead (left).

"Conor has a lot of nieces and nephews - they're all very young and they all absolutely adore him, so I know he's going to make an absolutely amazing dad.

"If it happens it happens, but it's not something I'm looking at in the immediate future."

With Winning Streak and her upcoming tattoo documentary, Sinead is busier than ever and hasn't time to even think about babies.

"I'm working, I'm happy, I'm busy and, honestly, I'd like to do a bit more travelling before I have to worry about someone else being in the mix," she told RSVP magazine.

"Maybe it's a bit of a selfish thing to say, but I'm just not there yet."

Chic call on Kelly-Anne

Irish DJ Kelly-Anne Byrne has been announced as a support act for Nile Rodgers and Chic when they play the Iveagh Gardens tonight.

A regular on Dublin's DJ scene for the past 12 years, Kelly-Anne is a presenter on Dublin station TXFM and spins the decks in a host of venues across the city including Mother, Opium Rooms, The Grand Social and the Twisted Pepper.

It looks set to be a busy week for Kelly-Anne as she will also perform an exclusive DJ set broadcast live from Longitude Festival on TXFM with Derek Byrne.

Weekend jazz in the capital

It's already a Dublin hot spot, but this Saturday is going to be even hotter at Dublin's Fitzwilliam Hotel with jazz duo Liza Nelson and Eanna Ryder performing some summertime soulful tunes.

With music ranging from Blue Note standards to exploring the Great American Songbook, there's music to suit every taste.

The gig is part of the Fitz- william's free jazz evening every Saturday from 9pm to 11.30pm.

For more information on the night, have a look on fitzwilliamhoteldublin.com.

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