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Heartbroken Lottie back to work after dad Gerry's death

Gerry Ryan's eldest daughter Lottie is getting back to normality following her dad's sudden death.

The aspiring television presenter has returned to her part-time job as an O2 'angel', providing hospitality to VIP guests at the quayside venue.

The 24-year-old was on hand last night at the sold-out Rihanna gig, directing invitees to and from their seats.

This week will mark Gerry's month's mind, which will be marked by a special mass attended by family and friends on Sunday.

Lottie took to the stage at the Walkers TVNow Awards last week to accept the Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of her father.

Among the VIPs in attendance at last night's gig were nightclub boss Robbie Fox, who enjoyed a night out with his children. Former Bond girl Alison Doody was also spotted at the gig alongside a pal, dancing to all of the Barbados-born singer's hits.

Following the concert, Rihanna (22) who also played on Saturday night, enjoyed an exclusive aftershow party alongside her entourage at Northside hotspot, the Wright Venue. The Umbrella singer arrived to the club shortly after 2am, making the most of her final night in Dublin in the venue's exclusive Penthouse suite.

Other guests included Rihanna's support act Pixie Lott and rapper Tinie Tempah, as well as Geraldine O'Callaghan, Mr Ireland Kamal Ibrahim, model Niamh Walsh and Luiza Hogan.

The group partied into the early hours as they celebrated Rihanna's final date on her European tour.