Wednesday 28 September 2016

Lottie Ryan and little sister Babette make social for a stylish pair at opening night

Published 29/05/2015 | 07:52

Babette and Lottie Ryan
Babette and Lottie Ryan
Babette Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin. Picture Brian McEvoy
Bonnie Ryan and Lottie Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin. Picture Brian McEvoy

Gerry and Morah Ryan's youngest daughter Babette is growing up fast.

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The 16-year-old and her sister Lottie made for a stylish pair as they soaked up the theatre at the opening night of Top Hat at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

The fashionable teen was dressed for the uncharacteristically cool May weather in a pair of on-trend black ripped jeans, tan suede jacket and flatform shoes, while her broadcaster sister opted for a shimmering embellished top and all black ensemble.

Read more: Gerry's girls are all grown up as Babette (15) makes social debut with big sisters Lottie and Bonnie

Babette Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin.
Picture Brian McEvoy
Babette Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin. Picture Brian McEvoy

Babette has been slowly introducing herself to Dublin's social scene, attending select events with her famous family.

With her sister Bonnie (20) pursuing a singing career, Rex (24) working as an actor and Lottie as a radio host on RTE's 2fm, the Ryans have certainly adjusted to their respective careers in the limelight and Lottie recently revealed the history behind their theatricality.

"It actually goes much further back than people realise," she said. "Everybody attributes it to my dad because obviously he was the most well known, but actually my dad's mother's family, the Burkes, were an incredibly theatrical family.

Bonnie Ryan and Lottie Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin.
Picture Brian McEvoy
Bonnie Ryan and Lottie Ryan at the opening night of Top Hat at The Bord Gais Enegy Theatre,Dublin. Picture Brian McEvoy

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