CHECK out the fresh-faced beauty who has landed Irish Hollywood hunk Jack Reynor.
Newly-engaged model Madeline Mulqueen proved she doesn't need to pile on the make-up to look good after posting a picture of herself without any slap.
Looking far younger than her 23 years, the Horse Outside star said she had a "selfie shoot-off" as she prepared for a photo shoot.
She has been on cloud nine for the past month since news emerged of her engagement to Transformers 4 star Jack (22).
Limerick native Madeline has now confirmed that she'll be stepping out for the first time since Jack proposed at the Peter Mark VIP Style Awards next month.
She has been nominated in the Look of the Year category of the showbiz awards, which take place at the Marker Hotel on April 25. She'll be going up against her good pal, teen model Thalia Heffernan, as they battle it out for the fashion gong.
Madeline has yet to confirm whether she'll be bringing her new fiance with her on the night, but a source said there were big demands on his schedule.
"Jack divides his time between Ireland and LA but is so busy right now it's hard to say whether he'll be there or not," said the source.
"The event is a real girlie night as it's all about the fashion, but of course he has been invited. Madeline has said she's definitely going either way as it's always a fun night out."
Busy Jack, who won an IFTA last year for his part in What Richard Did, is also flying high in his professional life and is quickly becoming the one to watch in Hollywood.
He's currently shooting a film version of Macbeth with fellow Irishman Michael Fassbender and French actress Marion Cotillard.
His other half has been there for the whole journey, given that they've been dating for two years. She moved to America last summer to be with him.
Although neither she nor Jack has publicly commented on their engagement, his US publicist has confirmed that he went down on bended knee to pop the question.
The rumours first started doing the rounds last week after Madeline stepped out to film the pilot show Bounce on Dublin's Grafton Street sporting a huge diamond ring.