Love/Hate star Susan Loughnane celebrates hen night in Dublin ahead of wedding to long-term love David Doyle
Published 07/08/2016 | 12:27
Former Love/Hate star Susan Loughnane is preparing to wave goodbye to single life ahead of her marriage to long-term boyfriend David Doyle, and the actress celebrated that fact with her closest friends at her hen party in Dublin this weekend.
The actress (29) and her 16 hens began the evening in Dublin nail salon Tropical Popical, a favourite of Oscar-nominee Saoirse Ronan, where they each had manicures and tipples before moving onto Ballsbridge to cut into a suitably hen-themed cake.
Susan and her troop then hopped onto a party bus bound for Johnny Fox’s pub in the Dublin Mountains.
The actress, who played prostitute Debbie in the RTE series, will marry David later this month after becoming engaged last summer.
David works as an air traffic controller in Shannon Airport and is based in Co. Clare, which Susan says is her escape.
“Being apart is obviously crap but it makes seeing each other even better.
“When we see each other we are so delighted. And I suppose if we were with each other all the time, it probably wouldn’t be like that after 10 years,” she told The Mirror in February.
“Clare is a lovely county but the real draw is my boyfriend who lives there.
“I like the idea of country life, it’s just so much more chilled-out.
“I feel very choked up and polluted sometimes in the city.”
The actress recently starred in Irish film Poison Pen with her Love/Hate costar Aoibhinn McGinnity.