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DUBLIN / IRELAND 10-04-13
Love/Hate's Nidge ( Tom Vaughan Lawlor ) and wife Trish ( Aiobhinn McGinnity ) seen leaving thier on-screen home not looking too happy.Aoibhinn was wearing PJ's covered in sheep.Earlier the crew where filming in O'Devaney Gardens a scene where one of Nidges gang is searching between some bins when another young guy pulls up on a bmx bike and shoots him a coulpe of times in the back.

PICTURED-Nidge ( tom Vaughan Lawlor ) and Trish ( aoibhinn McGinnitty
PHOTOS ( JOHN DARDIS )

DUBLIN / IRELAND 10-04-13 Love/Hate's Nidge ( Tom Vaughan Lawlor ) and wife Trish ( Aiobhinn McGinnity ) seen leaving thier on-screen home not looking too happy.Aoibhinn was wearing PJ's covered in sheep.Earlier the crew where filming in O'Devaney Gardens a scene where one of Nidges gang is searching between some bins when another young guy pulls up on a bmx bike and shoots him a coulpe of times in the back. PICTURED-Nidge ( tom Vaughan Lawlor ) and Trish ( aoibhinn McGinnitty PHOTOS ( JOHN DARDIS )

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Actress Aoibhinn McGinnity in character as Trish on Love/Hate. Picture: John Dardis

Aoibhinn McGinnity shows off her very versatile style while shooting the hit show

Aoibhinn McGinnity is one of Ireland's most stylish women, but when she's in character as Love/Hate's Trish - all bets are off. The newly blonde actress was spotted rocking pyjama chic alongside her onscreen husband Nidge, played by Tom-Vaughan Lawlor.

The pair were busy filming in Dublin yesterday at their upscale fictional house, set in a plush suburb. And while Aoibhinn may have been sporting a pair of sheep pyjamas, comfortable looking UGG boots and an oversized hoodie, her hair and makeup was impeccable, as usual.

Filming for the fourth season of the award-winning show is well under way at various locations around Dublin, and the cast and crew have been bombarded with attention from fans at each set-up.

The show is due back on our screens this autumn, and viewers are desperate to learn whether Darren, played by Robert Sheehan, survived his gunshot wound to the head; while also waiting with baited breath to see Tommy's (played by Killian Scott) fate.

The gritty Irish crime drama was first aired in October 2010 and has since picked up a huge number of awards and accolades for its realistic portrayal of gangland violence, and has undoubtedly become the most popular homegrown drama of the decade.

 

 

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