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Vogue McFadden pictured launching The Immigration Agency’s Australian Emigration Survey, as she prepares to take the yellow brick road towards an Aussie way of life. 

The Immigration Agency help Irish people looking to make the big move down under by providing excellent visa services to anyone based in Ireland who would like to emigrate to Australia. Over the last 5 years, The Immigration Agency has supported Irish people wishing to emigrate by helping them with their visa applications from start to finish and providing on-going support, as well as helping people decide if applying for an Australian visa is right for them by providing an abundance of information and resources about the Australian immigration system.

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Vogue McFadden pictured launching The Immigration Agency’s Australian Emigration Survey, as she prepares to take the yellow brick road towards an Aussie way of life. The Immigration Agency help Irish people looking to make the big move down under by providing excellent visa services to anyone based in Ireland who would like to emigrate to Australia. Over the last 5 years, The Immigration Agency has supported Irish people wishing to emigrate by helping them with their visa applications from start to finish and providing on-going support, as well as helping people decide if applying for an Australian visa is right for them by providing an abundance of information and resources about the Australian immigration system. For more Info check out www.theimmigrationagency.ie Picture:Brian McEvoy No Repro fee for one use for more info: 087 2239377

Vogue McFadden pictured launching The Immigration Agency’s Australian Emigration Survey, as she prepares to take the yellow brick road towards an Aussie way of life. The Immigration Agency help Irish people looking to make the big move down under by providing excellent visa services to anyone based in Ireland who would like to emigrate to Australia. Over the last 5 years, The Immigration Agency has supported Irish people wishing to emigrate by helping them with their visa applications from start to finish and providing on-going support, as well as helping people decide if applying for an Australian visa is right for them by providing an abundance of information and resources about the Australian immigration system. For more Info check out www.theimmigrationagency.ie Picture:Brian McEvoy No Repro fee for one use for more info: 087 2239377

VOGUE McFadden has ruled out raising a family in Australia because her mother wouldn't be there to babysit.

The model wife of ex-Westlife star Brian McFadden says that she wants to have kids but not on the other side of the globe.

The couple, who have spent the past two years in Sydney, are in the process of relocating to London.

"I will never settle in Australia. That was a major thing when we got married and I do want to have kids in the next few years," she told the Herald.

"I wouldn't want to have them there. Who am I going to dump them on if my mum's not there, so I wanted to come back and have them around.

"It's a long, long way away when you start having kids. I want to have them by the time I'm 30," added the 27-year-old.

Singer Brian (33) already has two children – Molly (11) and Lilly (10) – from his previous marriage to Kerry Katona (32). And Vogue says that she is looking forward to spending time with the girls over the summer.

"We haven't seen them because we haven't settled there yet," Vogue said. "We're back in Ireland for the next couple of weeks."

They plan to bring the girls, who live in the UK, on holidays to Dublin and Tipperary once the school year ends.

"We always have them for six weeks in the summer so that will be really good. They go down to Tipperary with their nanny and we take them during the day," explained the former Fade Street cast member.

Vogue spent the last week in London with Brian where she was working on a TV project for RTE and he has been busy working on Daybreak, but Vogue says that the couple have yet to relocate because their home isn't ready.

"We're going over in a week or two and then we're there for the future. We'll come back and forth between there and Ireland," she explained.

"We have a place over there, which is exciting. We're just waiting for the tenant to vacate."

McFadden, who married Vogue in Tuscany last September, decided to release a new album and tour again after supporting his mentor Ronan Keating on his UK tour this year.

Vogue says she loved her first solo presenting gig Down Under where she filmed a Reality Bites series for RTE about famous Aussie soap Home and Away being on the box for 25 years.

Vogue was also on hand yesterday on Dublin's Grand Canal to help launch the Immigration Agency's emigration survey.

A recent poll by the agency found that 85pc of participants would "happily" make the big move to Australia.

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