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Saturday 26 July 2014

'30 ain't looking so bad': Louise Duffy and Paul Galvin enjoy PDA after her surprise birthday bash

Published 19/05/2014|09:24

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GAA star Paul Galvin seen enjoying pints of Guinness in the sun outside Grogans Bar on South William Street with fiancee Louise Duffy before heading off with arms around each other heading towards the Georges Street Arcade
GAA star Paul Galvin seen enjoying pints of Guinness in the sun outside Grogans Bar on South William Street with fiancee Louise Duffy before heading off with arms around each other heading towards the Georges Street Arcade, Dublin

This engaged couple are still very much in the honeymoon period.

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Today FM star Louise Duffy and former GAA footballer Paul Galvin just announced their engagement and the pair are clearly happier than ever.

The high profile couple were spotted looking more loved-up than ever, enjoying the weekend heatwave. as they soaked up the sun in Dublin city ventre.

They began their romantic day out in the sunshine outside South William Street's Grogan's Bar before strolling around George's Street Arcade.

Stylish Louise wore a pair of white skinny jeans with grey suede boots and matching jumper; while Paul opted for his unofficially uniform of a crisp white shirt, black skinny jeans and burgundy loafers matching Louise's oversized bag.

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On Friday night, Duffy was surprised with a 30th birthday bash attended by close friends and her other half.

"Surprise party @rigbysdeli for me! My lovely friends," she tweeted, alongside a photo of the bash.

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Meanwhile, Duffy said her mother was so thrilled with the engagement news that she is already trying to plan their wedding.

"We've no plans at all," said Duffy (29). "But my mother's like Franc the wedding planner."

Galvin, who announced his retirement from football in February, and Duffy have been dating for nearly three years. Former AA Roadwatch reporter Duffy said she was "a little bit nervous" about starting in her new slot, but said it was good to be working more sociable hours.

She said it was "exhilarating" to be awake past 8pm and a novelty to be walking to work when there were "no milk floats and no one outside Coppers".

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