LISA Murphy has moved back in with celebrity lawyer Gerald Kean.
The Irish Independent has learned that the 41-year-old socialite left the house of her 'Dublin Wives' co-star Jo Jordan, with whom she was living following her split from Mr Kean last November, four weeks ago. She has settled back in with Kean at his home in Sandymount, Dublin 4.
A source close to the pair told the Irish Independent that Murphy and Kean are "taking things slowly" but are thrilled to be back together.
"There were some issues that needed to be addressed but that has been resolved," the source said.
"Their friends are all delighted to see it has worked out. Both of them are being very relaxed this time around and just happy to see how it all pans out.
"They both get on great and Lisa has been a great support for Gerald, especially since he heard the news of his close friend Christy Dignam battling cancer."
Kean has offered to financially support Aslan frontman Dignam while he undergoes chemotherapy at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin.
The solicitor has been close to the band for decades and they have performed at the father of one's Co Wicklow home, Drayton Manor, at charity fundraisers.
Kean and Murphy spent the past 10 days in Portugal, on a golfing holiday in Quinta do Lago. They returned to Dublin over the weekend.
The pair got engaged at Christmas 2009.
They called off their three-year engagement in 2012.