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Sisters Alex, 7, Robin, 11 and Eva, 8, Keating (grandchildren of Marie Keating and nieces of Ronan Keating) at the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation in the Phoenix Park yesterday

Sisters Alex, 7, Robin, 11 and Eva, 8, Keating (grandchildren of Marie Keating and nieces of Ronan Keating) at the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation in the Phoenix Park yesterday

Rachel Mooney from Blanchardstown, Mags Byrne and Tara Neary from Howth and Mags Burke from Swords finish the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation

Rachel Mooney from Blanchardstown, Mags Byrne and Tara Neary from Howth and Mags Burke from Swords finish the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation

Tricia Keogh and Josephine Parminter from Slimming World in Ballyfermot take part in the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation in the Phoenix Park

Tricia Keogh and Josephine Parminter from Slimming World in Ballyfermot take part in the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation in the Phoenix Park

Ronan Keating and Storm Uechtritz launching the Marie Keating Foundation's new campaign, Give Your Bra for Breast Cancer.

Ronan Keating and Storm Uechtritz launching the Marie Keating Foundation's new campaign, Give Your Bra for Breast Cancer.

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Sisters Alex, 7, Robin, 11 and Eva, 8, Keating (grandchildren of Marie Keating and nieces of Ronan Keating) at the Re/Max Walk For Life in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation in the Phoenix Park yesterday

Its an idea that could create a storm in a D-cup.

Women are being urged to donate unwanted bras of all shapes, sizes and colours. They will be used to raise money for breast cancer.

Ronan Keating and girlfriend Storm Uechtritz have launched the campaign as a fundraiser for the Marie Keating Foundation, dedicated to providing support services for those with cancer.

"We want all kinds of bras - any shape, any size, any style and any condition", said Ronan.

The Foundation will receive €1 for every bra donated through October.

The money will be paid over by campaign supporters Roche Products (Ireland Limited).

The bras can be dropped off or posted. Full details are listed on www.mariekeating.ie.

Yesterday in the Phoenix Park at the Foundation's Remax Walk for Life, participants were also urged to donate a bra as part of the new campaign.

csheehy@herald.ie


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