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DUBLIN / IRELAND 31-05-13

WHAT WOULD NIDGE THINK.ACTRESS AOIBHINN MCGINNITY FILMING A KISSING SCENE THIS MORNING IN ST STEPHENS GREEN ON THE SET OF GERMAN TV PRODUCTION " ROMANTIC ROAD ",.



PICTURED-AOIBHINN MCGINNITY

PHOTOS ( JOHN DARDIS )

DUBLIN / IRELAND 31-05-13 WHAT WOULD NIDGE THINK.ACTRESS AOIBHINN MCGINNITY FILMING A KISSING SCENE THIS MORNING IN ST STEPHENS GREEN ON THE SET OF GERMAN TV PRODUCTION " ROMANTIC ROAD ",. PICTURED-AOIBHINN MCGINNITY PHOTOS ( JOHN DARDIS )

DUBLIN / IRELAND 31-05-13 WHAT WOULD NIDGE THINK.ACTRESS AOIBHINN MCGINNITY FILMING A KISSING SCENE THIS MORNING IN ST STEPHENS GREEN ON THE SET OF GERMAN TV PRODUCTION " ROMANTIC ROAD ",. PICTURED-AOIBHINN MCGINNITY PHOTOS ( JOHN DARDIS )

NIDGE will go mad! Fans of Love/Hate might be shocked to see gangster's wife Trish enjoying a kiss with a mystery man in St Stephen's Green.

However, Nidge (inset) has nothing to worry about. Actress Aoibhinn McGinnity was getting to grips with co-star Roman Knizka for new German TV series My Whole Half Life.

And her new role is as far from high-maintenance gangster's moll Trish as it can get.

Wearing Converse runners, leggings and a loose T-shirt, Aoibhinn's character puckered up for a romantic kiss with her co-star.

The Cecelia Ahern drama is being filmed for German TV station ZDF. It tells the story of Amelia (Yvonne Catterfeld), who sets out to trace her Irish roots and is offered the chance of a romantic new beginning. Aoibhinn (27) stars as a friend in Dublin who is wooed by German actor Knizka.

 

DIPLOMATIC

However, the actress said that she couldn't compare her two leading men – Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, who plays Nidge, and Knizka.

"They are both completely different kissers, very unique but equally fabulous," she laughed. "I have to be very diplomatic in these situations."

Fortunately, she is not bothered by the intimate scenes on set. "I don't get fazed or embarrassed kissing people on stage or on set," Aoibhinn said.

"It's just part of the job – you get on with it and do it. It's quite mechanical really. And we're always joking about it, so it's a laugh."

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