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Louise Duffy and Paul Galvin want Irish honeymoon after 'low key' wedding

Published 30/06/2015 | 07:21

Louise Duffy and fiance Paul Galvin
Louise Duffy and fiance Paul Galvin
Paul Galvin and Louise Duffy, during the ninth annual Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards 2014 at the The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Dublin
Former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin and girlfriend Louise Duffy Picture: Eamonn Keogh

She's marrying one of Ireland's most fashionable men, but DJ Louise Duffy said that fiancé Paul Galvin has no desire to see her wedding dress before the big day.

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The Today FM presenter is preparing for her marriage to the Kerry Gaelic footballer - who collaborated on a clothing range for Dunnes Stores - next year.

And she said that they were looking at destinations in Ireland to honeymoon.

"I'm a home bird so I will be getting married in Ireland, but it'll be very low-key. Completely low-key is the way to go for us," Louise said.

Former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin and girlfriend Louise Duffy Picture: Eamonn Keogh
Former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin and girlfriend Louise Duffy Picture: Eamonn Keogh

The couple haven't pencilled in any date at this point.

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"Nothing is set in stone, we're just getting planning and getting organised. Maybe early next year.

However, Louise said that her fashion-forward fiance won't be eager to get a sneak peak at her wedding dress.

Louise Duffy at the IFTA Awards 2015 at The Mansion House
Louise Duffy at the IFTA Awards 2015 at The Mansion House

"No, honestly no, he wouldn't have any interest in that side of things at all," she said.

Louise told TV Now that she was particularly interested in getting the right band for their special day.

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"I'm looking around and all the great bands are booked up - they are jam-packed with their schedules," Louise said.

"There is one that I have my eye on, so I'll try to nab them.

"That's a big part of the wedding - the music makes the evening."

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