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Yvonne Connolly shares beautiful family snap capturing three generations

Sarah-Jane Murphy

Published 24/09/2015 | 12:06

Yvonne shared this beautiful picture of her mother Ann and daughter Missy on Twitter
Yvonne shared this beautiful picture of her mother Ann and daughter Missy on Twitter
John Conroy and Yvonne Connolly pictured at the Dublin premiere of 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy Season 2. Picture: Robbie Reynolds
Yvonne Keating and her partner John Conroy spotted enjoying a shopping trip at the Powerscourt Shopping Centre
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Yvonne Connolly has given us a rare glimpse into her family life by sharing a glamorous snap of herself, her mother Ann and daughter Missy.

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The former model looks stunning as she poses with her mother and daughter as they enjoyed a girls' night out at hip Dublin spot Fade Street Social.

The three generations of women looked uncannily similar in the photo

Yvonne recently revealed that she is happier than ever after finding love with film director John Conroy.

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The blond bombshell said that they are “completely committed” to each other.

“I love being in a partnership where we both consider what each other does important.”

“I’m at a really good stage in my life now,” she told IMAGE magazine.

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She was married to boyband singer Ronan Keating from 1998 - 2011 and the couple have three children - Jack (16), Missy (14) and Ali (9).

“I made the decision not to work, to step away from the limelight when I had my first child,” she said.

The couple split when news of Ronan’s affair with a backing singer hit the headlines.

Aside from her stint on Celebrity MasterChef Ireland and cooking slots on Ireland AM and UTV Ireland's Good Morning Britain, she also regularly interviews celebrities for a weekly women’s magazine and writes in the Irish Independent WEEKEND Magazine.

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