FHM model Georgia Salpa may be happily engaged to her millionaire boyfriend, but she is in no rush down the aisle.
British hedge fund manager Joe Penna went down on bended knee last December and popped the question to the 28-year-old Killiney native.
But although her fellow models Rosanna Davison and Glenda Gilson are getting hitched this summer, Georgia won't be following suit.
The Kim Kardashian lookalike has told pals that she has "no plans" put in place yet and would favour a long engagement.
"There was a rumour doing the rounds that she has secretly planned a wedding for August, but it's not true," said a close friend.
"She's just enjoying being engaged. It hasn't even been a year yet, so they're going to take their time and plan it properly. She still has a lot that she wants to achieve in her career, so that's going to take priority for now."
The couple have been together for over two years, with Georgia hooking up with Joe after her relationship ended with British playboy Calum Best.
Although she got engaged last December, she kept the good news under wraps as they enjoyed their first Christmas together as a betrothed couple. The Celebrity Big Brother star sparked rumours after she was spotted sporting a huge sparkler on her ring finger.
The half-Greek beauty first met Joe while she was on a girls' trip to Marbella, where her other half has a palatial pad. They now divide their time between the millionaires' Spanish playground and London, where she's a regular on the celebrity scene.
Speaking before about settling down, Georgia said she'd love to eventually start a family.
"In the future I want to have children," she said.
"Of course it's something I think about. But right now I'm having fun and working."
Currently riding high in her career, she recently appeared on the cover of the Spanish FHM magazine and has also featured in Loaded.
The lingerie model even featured on FHM Indonesia, showing off her impressive curves in a gold bikini.
Signed to Mode London Model Management, she has made no secret of the fact that she'd love to do more TV work and launch her own fashion range.