Thursday 25 December 2014

Twins' birthday double delight for Byrne family

EIMEAR RABBITTE

Published 19/04/2014 | 06:55

Miriam Ahern with Georgina Byrne and children Jay, Rocco and Gia 

CREDIT: Una Williams 

CREDIT: Una Williams 
This Good Friday, 18th April 2014, from 11am-2pm, Dublin Wives reality star Roz Flanagan held her third fundraising coffee morning in aid of CARI in Silk’s Restaurant, Malahide.
Guests attending on the day included CARI Patron Miriam Ahern, Georgina Ahern-Byrne and children, and Dublin Wives co-stars Lisa Murphy and Virginia Macari, to name but a few.
The entertainment music was provided by Holly Meade and Friends. Family friendly activities include Face Painting and Balloon Modelling courtesy of Nina Lykins (ImagineIt Events).
The CARI Good Friday Appeal is a great way to raise funds for CARI, a non-profit charity who provide vital counselling and therapy for children and teens affected by Child Sexual Abuse.
Miriam Ahern with Georgina Byrne and children Jay, Rocco and Gia .Photo: Una Williams

HE used to sell out some of the world's biggest stadiums with Westlife, and now Nicky Byrne will get to grips with a very different gig this weekend -- his twin sons' birthday.

The new 2fm presenter and his wife Georgina Ahern are looking forward to a quiet Easter holiday and celebrating Rocco and Jay's seventh birthday.

Nicky (35) is looking forward to kicking back with his family after a busy few months getting his first full-time radio show on the road.

"They're seven on Easter Sunday so it's exciting," proud mum-of-three and wife Georgina told the Herald. They're going to have a birthday party when they go back to school, which will probably be mad.

"So we'll have a great family day this weekend and we're really looking forward to it."

Yesterday the twins enjoyed a family day out at Silk's restaurant in Malahide which hosted a fundraiser for CARI, a charity which provides counselling for teenagers.

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