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 Chris Doyle and Sean (right) got hitched in June. Photo Brian McEvoy

Chris Doyle and Sean (right) got hitched in June. Photo Brian McEvoy

Chris Doyle and Sean (right) got hitched in June. Photo Brian McEvoy

HE walked down the aisle in the Kingdom of Kerry this summer.

And after four months of wedded bliss, FM 104 presenter Sean Munsanje is already feeling broody.

"Having kids is definitely something we would like to do in the future – now that we have done the civil partnership thing," he told the Herald.

"My brother just had a kid with his partner so that is where this broodiness is coming from," he laughed.

The former Xpose host married partner and former 98FM boss Chris Doyle at the Aghadoe Heights Hotel Killarney in June.

Since getting hitched, Sean feels both he and Chris have entered a different phase of their lives.

"A wedding day isn't the rest of your life but I do feel more cemented, I feel the next chapter in my life is starting and it's more serious," he told the Herald. "You do start thinking about kids and things like that.

 

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"We see my nephew Emerson all the time and we are mad about him. We've got to the stage that if we are in Dundrum town centre – I'll go to the baby section and pick up some bits for Emerson because baby clothes are so cute," he explained.

But Sean says it will be some time before they hear the pitter-patter of tiny feet. "I'm not nesting just yet," he laughed. "Not right now, but in the future."

After they said 'I Do', both Sean and Chris jetted off to Thailand for a month long honeymoon filled with sunshine and sun loungers.

"We were away for a month in Thailand – it was paradise out there and it was definitely the best holiday I have ever been on. It was our first time there and the people were just so friendly.

"But after you come home and you've had the wedding and the honeymoon you get the 'post-wedding blues' so we went to France to pick ourselves up just before winter," he said. "Married life is great. Day to day life is the same. I don't think you can get married and expect to live on a cloud but you feel more stable. I'm really happy."

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