Wizards and witches as Lorraine invites Harry Potter to her reception

Published 09/08/2006 | 00:11

Harry, himself, could not have cast a more magical spell on the 800-year-old hallowed walls, where spirits and ghouls mix freely with the past and present day myths and legends.Complete with his wardrobe of witches, wizards and broomsticks, Franc filmed his new series at the neo gothic castle nestled in the Slieve Bloom Mountains.It is scheduled to run on RTÉ in Novem

AN air of Harry Potter filled The Great Hall, as Franc, aka wedding planner Peter Kelly, conjured up a fairytale wedding for local girl Lorraine Keogh at Kinnitty Castle.

Harry, himself, could not have cast a more magical spell on the 800-year-old hallowed walls, where spirits and ghouls mix freely with the past and present day myths and legends.

Complete with his wardrobe of witches, wizards and broomsticks, Franc filmed his new series at the neo gothic castle nestled in the Slieve Bloom Mountains.

It is scheduled to run on RTÉ in November.

Lorraine Keogh, from Bettystown married Gerard Duignan from Navan in Co Meath at St Flannan's Church in the picturesque village of Kinnitty in Co Offaly.

Karina and Tom, parents of the bride, celebrated the marriage of their eldest daughter, under the watchful eye of Franc, Ireland's most salubrious wedding planner.

While they both sat together through school, in the idyllic hamlet of Doon, Co Limerick, little did the father-of-the-bride, Tom Keogh and Con Ryan, owner of Kinnitty Castle, know that fate would play such a remarkable role in bringing about such a wonderful occasion.

Franc and his team have been on location at Kinnity Castle since Monday morning.



Last year, Drogheda girl Sarah McCullen had her wedding featured on the RTÉ series.

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