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Friday 19 September 2014

No pictures, please! Rosanna Davison and Wesley Quirke sign big bucks magazine deal for wedding

Eimear Rabbitte

Published 29/05/2014 | 08:59

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Her big day is just days away, but Rosanna Davison said she will be calm and collected as she boards a plane to Ibiza today.

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The Dublin model will officially celebrate her marriage to husband Wesley Quirke with a massive bash for 100 friends and family in the sunny Spanish resort this Sunday.

But details of the lavish ceremony are being kept tightly under wraps as the happy couple have signed a lucrative magazine deal to share their special day with the world.

After much speculation about whether or not the couple were granting a glitzy magazine exclusive access to the ceremonies, it has been revealed that the striking blonde has done a deal with a famous publication, thought to be in the UK.

No official photographs have emerged from the civil part of the couple’s wedding celebrations, when they officially became man and wife at a five-star Dublin hotel earlier this month.

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And the Herald has learned that the couple hired tight security to stand guard at the exclusive Altzara Hotel and Spa, where the reception is being held to ensure complete privacy for the wedding party.

“A lucrative magazine deal has been secured, but it won’t be in Germany where Chris De Burgh is huge, and no Irish publication could afford it,” said a source.

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Rosanna (30) told the Herald that details of the deal have 'not been confirmed', but sources said the model has been warned to keep as many of the details undwer wraps by the high-profile publication.

A large group of wedding-goers leave Ireland today, and Rosanna will enjoy a “long weekend” in the resort with her hubby and family, not due to return to Dublin until next week.

While she follows a strict health regime in her daily life, the model is looking forward to letting her hair down, but wont be going overboard.

“You want to be able to enjoy it and stay up as late as possible because the place we are going to is known for its sunrises,” she added. “But you want to remember it all too, so I will make sure my bridesmaids are there with glasses of water.”

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