Georgia Salpa celebrates hen will pals in Barcelona
It's the wedding that has everybody talking about and the hen party did not disappoint.
Georgia Salpa is not one to do anything by half and the popular model celebrated her impending nuptials in style in Barcelona this weekend.
The former Celebrity Big Brother star is set to marry her fiance Joe Penna in Porto Fino, Italy on May 30.
She celebrated her hen with fellow models Karena Graham, Michele McGrath and Emily MacKeogh, former Fade Street star Louise Johnston as well as a bunch of her other pals.
Georgia donned a veil as the group enjoyed cocktails and visited the best pubs Barcelona has to offer including an ice bar.
They also had fun making dresses out of toilet paper, with Karena sharing a snap of her giggling in her creation.
Louise Johnston and former Playboy bunny Louise Kavanagh are set to be Georgia's bridesmaids but Kavanagh couldn't make it to Spain as she gave birth to a baby girl, Nylah last week.
Nylah is her first baby with her fiance Chris Iwelumo, who is an ex-footballer.
While her fans are excited to see what kind of wedding dress she will wear, Georgia (29) has already said she won't be selling the pictures of her special day to a glossy magazine.
"I definitely won't have anything that's in the press, and I won't do any shoots with anyone. No way," she said recently.
Drinks for St Patrick
Candlelight Cocktail bars in Siam Thai Malahide and Dundrum are celebrating Paddy's Day tomorrow with a generous 20pc off all drinks from 6pm until close.
You might like to raise a toast to St Patrick with a cocktail made by mixologist Darren Geraghty.
Candlelight has become the go-to cocktail bar for celebrities of late, with the likes of presenter Lisa Cannon, blogger Suzanne Jackson, supermodel Thalia Heffernan and yummy mummy Yvonne Connolly all dropping in recently for a tipple.
All about Mary
Fregoli Theatre Company presents the debut of Mary Mary Mary - a delicately woven poetic piece about three generations of Irish women.
The play offers glimpses into the loves, lives and duties of three women and will run at the Smock Alley Theatre on March 18 and 19 at 8pm. Tickets from €12 are on sale now.