Conor Murray's model girlfriend Shauna Lindsay takes to the runway in new season swimwear
It's easy to see how Shauna Lindsay is fast becoming one of Ireland's next top models.
The 19-year-old beauty queen from Limerick has been dating Irish rugby star Conor Murray (26) for the last four months, but news of their burgeoning romance only became public this week.
And the former Miss Limerick, who is represented by Andrea Roche and Celia Holman Lee, is more in-demand than ever with work. On Tuesday night, she showcased her killer curves in the new swimwear range at Debenhams' Spring/Summer '16 showcase.
Shauna led a host of a familiar faces on the catwalk at House on Dublin's Leeson Street, alongside Sarah McGovern and Faith Barnett, giving select invitees a sneak peek at what to expect this season at the high street store
This year's show featured looks from staple labels Todd Lynn, Jenny Packham, Ben De Lisi, , Jasper Conran, and Henry Holland and marked the arrival of new arrival NINE Savannah Miller.
Still dividing her time between her native Limerick and Dublin, Shauna revealed on Instagram she would be making the move to the capital over the coming weeks.
The Munster star is said to have spotted Lindsay across a packed nightclub and they've been quietly dating ever since.
Since then, the pair have been getting on 'famously' - with Shauna taking a keener interest in following Munster and Ireland this season.
"She is a really beautiful girl who is extremely down to earth and he seems to be pretty keen. They are getting on famously and things are going strong," said the source. "They have been trying to keep it on the down low but, yes, things are going very well."
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