'It's the first time he's bought me flowers!' - Wife greeted in Dublin Airport on return from announcing first baby
An Irish husband was in the good books today in Dublin Airport as he greeted his pregnant wife with her "first ever" bouquet of flowers.
Marlene Escudero was returning from Texas, where she had been visiting family to share the couple's happy news that they are expecting their first child together.
The Blanchardstown couple, who have been married for two years and together for seven, are expecting their first child together.
Marlene Escudero beamed in the airport as she told Independent.ie that it was the "first time (husband James Delehanty) bought me flowers!"
"I don't do flowers but I do good diamonds!", he laughed, as Marlene showed her engagement and wedding rings.
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