Wednesday 28 June 2017

Jenny Greene dishes on her upcoming wedding plans: 'The beauty is we can do whatever we want'

Jenny Greene and her fiancee Kelly Keogh at the People of the Year Awards. Picture: Robbie Reynolds
Jenny Greene and her fiancee Kelly Keogh at the People of the Year Awards. Picture: Robbie Reynolds
Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene
Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene
Jenny Greene and NIcky Byrne
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RTE radio star Jenny Greene has opened up about her upcoming wedding to long-term love Kelly Keogh.

The popular 2FM DJ revealed last month that she and her partner of three years were engaged, and the couple are hoping to walk up the aisle next year.

Writing in The Herald's Celebrity Diary today, she said: "Kelly and I got engaged in Portugal a few weeks ago and we’re still enjoying the honeymoon period! But I’d say we’ll get stuck into wedding plans soon.

"We didn’t have an engagement party but we’ve been out to celebrate with our friends and families a good few times over the last few weeks.

Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene
Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene

"I’ve been blown away by all the flowers, gifts and cards –  our house is covered in them which is lovely."

GALLERY:

But Greene said she may be in for more than she bargained for when it comes to organising the big day.

"We’re going to start looking at dates and venues soon because you need to plan all those in advance," she said.

Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene
Photo: Twitter/ @djjennygreene

"We’re hoping to pull it all together and get married next year but I’ve never organised a wedding before so I think I could get a shock when I get stuck into the plans.

"I definitely won’t be a bridezilla anyway, we both just fancy a good party that’s laid back and low key so that makes it less stressful."

And the bubbly broadcaster, who co-hosts The Nicky Byrne Show Monday to Friday and hosts the Electric Disco on Saturday nights, said she's enjoying the fact that she and Kelly can throw whatever wedding they like.

"I think we’ll get married at home but the beauty of it is we’re not limited to the typical traditions of a wedding," she added.

Jenny Greene and NIcky Byrne
Jenny Greene and NIcky Byrne

"We can kind of do whatever we want. We don’t have to have two brides dresses or bridesmaids, we can do our thing which is lovely.

"We even said if we got two really nice dresses but not necessarily white it’d be really cool. "

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