Loved-up Ryan moves Aoibhinn into plush home
BROADCASTER Ryan Tubridy has taken the plunge and moved in with his girlfriend Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain.
The 2fm presenter (40) and Aoibhinn (30), who he has publicly thanked for her support, spent the past few days unpacking boxes and moving furniture into their south Dublin home.
It's reported that the period house cost father-of-two Tubs €1.25m.
And a source confirmed he and Mayo-born Aoibhinn officially moved in at the weekend.
The 2,600 sq ft property in Monkstown, previously owned by Avoca Handweavers owner Amanda Pratt, has four bedrooms and sea views.
The couple are notoriously private about their relationship, often declining to comment on whether they are in fact dating.
But last week at the launch of 'The Irish Are Coming', Tubridy's second book, he paid a heartfelt tribute to his partner in his speech, saying she "keeps me afloat".
Tubridy has described Aoibhinn, a former Rose of Tralee contestant, as his "rock" following the death of RTE colleague and close friend Gerry Ryan.
Aoibhinn in turn has said she and Tubridy are very happy but have no plans to get married.