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2FM DJ Jenny Greene recruits dad to help her say yes to the dress for upcoming wedding

Elaine McCahill

Published 02/12/2015 | 07:42

Jenny Greene and her fiancée Kelly Keogh at the People of the Year Awards. Picture: Robbie Reynolds
Jenny Greene and her fiancée Kelly Keogh at the People of the Year Awards. Picture: Robbie Reynolds
Jenny Greene &Nicky Byrne at the RTÉ 2fm official launch of their station-wide Christmas Appeal in aid of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) at RTE Radio Reception, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Jenny Greene

When it came time to go shopping for her wedding dress, DJ Jenny Greene's dad stepped up to the plate and helped her get the perfect number.

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The Nicky Byrne Show co-presenter is set to marry her long-term girlfriend Kelly next year.

Proving he knows his daughter better than anyone, Jenny's doting dad sent her the details of a bridal designer he knew she would love.

"I have to say some men have a great eye for buying clothes for women," she said.

Jenny Greene
Jenny Greene

"My dad actually helped me find my wedding dress.

"He sent me a link and said, 'I've made you an appointment, check this place out and go into this range, I think you'll like it' - and I did."

The 32-year-old got engaged in Portugal in September and both Kelly and Jenny will wear dresses when they tie the knot next summer.

Read more: 2fm's Jenny Greene 'over the moon' as girlfriend Kelly says YES

Jenny Greene &Nicky Byrne at the RTÉ 2fm official launch of their station-wide Christmas Appeal in aid of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) at RTE Radio Reception, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Jenny Greene &Nicky Byrne at the RTÉ 2fm official launch of their station-wide Christmas Appeal in aid of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) at RTE Radio Reception, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

Jenny said they were trying to make dress shopping "fun", as "it's a bit of a chore to us both".

Luckily, her dad stepped in and made the process easier for the Shankill woman.

"The planning is all happening quite quickly, but that's what happens when you have two women planning a wedding," she said.

"I'm definitely not a Bridezilla anyway. We both just fancy a good party that's laid-back and low-key so that makes it less stressful."

One of the highlights is sure to be her pal Nicky singing at the reception.

"I think it'd be lovely if he sang a tune on the day," she said.

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