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Maddy gets all shirty ... yes, it's back to work for the model fiancee

SHE'S set to wed a rising Hollywood superstar, but Madeline Mulqueen still knows the importance of earning her own crust.

The Limerick model is back at work after a jet-setting summer with fiance Jack Reynor for the global promotional tour of his blockbuster hit Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Madeline made her name in the fashion industry before her relationship with the What Richard Did actor, and over the weekend the 23-year-old was back doing what she does best.

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Showing off her toned body, the brunette got glammed up to pose for the cameras for a new campaign for The African Shirt Company.

Madeline is in Dublin following weeks of flying all over the world with Jack.

The couple, who revealed their engagement in March, were treated like royalty as they made stopovers in New York, Miami, London, Berlin and Sydney.

They also flew last-minute to Paris to toast Madeline's 23rd birthday in A-list style.

The future husband and wife walked the red carpet in Tokyo for the final premiere of director Michael Bay's new movie a week ago.

While in Japan, they made sure to take in the local sights and attended a string of parties.

Madeline and Jack are now enjoying some well-deserved time off before the IFTA-winning actor returns to work on his next project.

Fans will next see him in Girls Night Out with Juno Temple, as well as a big screen adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth with Michael Fassbender.

The 22-year-old is also set to start filming The Secret Scripture - Sebastian Barry's best-selling book - in Dublin at the beginning of next month.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo actress Rooney Mara will also take up a lead role in the project, which includes veterans Vanessa Redgrave and Jeremy Irons.

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Cork-born Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain were initially cast for the film, but both had to pull out due to scheduling difficulties.

The Secret Scripture, which was released in 2008, is told by Roseanne, who is uncertain of her age and recounts her journey in asylums in Ireland for over 60 years.

As the story unfolds, audiences discover the why and the how of her incarceration and are also introduced to the second narrator of the novel, Roseanne's psychiatrist Dr William Grene.

The movie is being produced by Noel Pearson and directed by Jim Sheridan, who were behind Oscar winning My Left Foot.

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