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Sarah Morrissey

Sarah Morrissey

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Sarah Morrissey

Former Miss Ireland Sarah Morrissey has revealed that she would love a radio show when her modelling career comes to an end.

The Dubliner is in demand on catwalks both here and in the UK but she confessed that she always has one eye on what will happen when modelling is behind her.

"I would really love to get into styling but my dream job would be presenting as I did that for two years in RTE," she said. "I'd also love a radio programme.

"I'm a hard-worker and I'll do what I have to do to earn a living."

Previously, the bubbly Liberties model did a stint as a showbiz reporter on RTE's TTV and Two Tube.

Before her move into the fashion industry, she worked in human resources and has since trained as a make-up artist, too.

Despite making her mark on the London fashion scene and modelling for big names such as Victoria Beckham, Sarah is pleased to be at a stage in her career when she can comfortably work from Dublin.

With frequent trips over and back she never considered moving.

"I'm very happy here and I work over there quite a lot," she said. "I just won't stay for a month at a time any more. I'm not in that headspace," she told The Sunday Mirror.

"I'm too old for it now, doing the rounds on the Tube with the kids and standing in queues for castings."

But, luckily for her, the offers for work continue to roll in.

The 30-year-old Assets model is looking forward to her first Christmas in her Liberties home with her husband, Pat Jennings Jr.

The pair wed in romantic Tuscany in June and are settling into their new home surrounded by the model's family who all live nearby.

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They will host friends and family for Christmas dinner and are planning a getaway to New York early in the New Year.

She has made no secret of the fact that she wants to have a big family with her footballer husband but the pair have yet to decide on a timeline.

"We want children but not right now. Maybe next year if I'm blessed, you never know," she said.

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