Nicky left holding baby Gia as new mum Georgina Ahern dines out in style
Published 30/11/2013 | 09:46
Georgina joins mum Miriam and sister Cecelia at annual CARI lunch, and showing enviable figure five weeks after giving birth.
NEW mum Georgina Ahern left her baby girl in the capable hands of husband Nicky Byrne to help her mum and sister raise much needed funds for charity.
Dressed in an elegant lace dress - which showed of her slender figure just five weeks after giving birth - Georgina (34) turned heads on her first public outing since the birth of baby Gia at the end of October.
She cut a svelte figure in a blush coloured lace dress, while joining her mother Miriam and sister Cecelia at the annual CARI Christmas lunch in the Four Season’s Hotel. Baby Gia was left at home with her daddy — former Westlife singer Nicky.
“He’s great, he’s really enjoying it. He has always been very hands on with the boys anyway. He still is,” said Georgina.
The fitness fanatic admitted that she had not been trying any fad diets or strict routines since the birth, and is “just being a mommy”.
“I suppose this is just the way I am now, so after Christmas I suppose I will get back in to proper routines and stuff. This is just post-baby,” she said.
The mother-of-three said that her older children, six-year-old twins Rocca and Jay, adore their little sister, and did not rule out adding to the brood in the future.
“Oh they just love her, they really adore her. I say they will protect her for ever more, and you can already see that.
“We are just so happy now. I’m not too old yet, but we are very content,” she said.
The brunette revealed that the family is busy preparing for Christmas, and that all their immediate family members will gather in their home.
“Everyone always comes to us. So we will all be together and help out. It wouldn’t be Christmas if we didn’t do it that way,” explained Georgina.
Other attendees at the event included Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh, Katie Jane Golden, Alan Hughes with his husband Karl Broderick and Chris Doyle and Sean Munsanje.
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