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Vogue and Brian buy a new Dublin home


Brian McFadden with wife Vogue Williams

Brian McFadden with wife Vogue Williams

Vogue and Brian in Las Vegas

Vogue and Brian in Las Vegas

Vogue Williams

Vogue Williams


Brian McFadden with wife Vogue Williams

She's been based in the UK with husband Brian McFadden for years, but there's no place like home for model Vogue Williams as she revealed the couple have bought themselves a new Dublin pad.

Although the Howth native (29) will continue to live across the pond with the ex-Westlife singer, she couldn't be happier now they finally have a place to call their own on Irish soil.

"I've literally just got the keys and we're very excited," she said.

"We needed a base here so it's a big day."

The model-turned-fashion blogger has been making her mark in broadcasting of late and is currently filming her new RTE series Wild Girls.

"I've met women who are MMA fighters and was impressed by the level of work they put into their sport. You need a serious amount of discipline and dedication to do what they do," she said.

For another episode of the show, Vogue comes face to face with prostitutes.

"[The show] is called Playgirls and making it has been great fun and sometimes really quite bizarre," she said.

"I met a female sex worker and interviewed a male escort as well. We went to spanking classes in London and a couple of other crazy things like that."

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The Californian band, who look set to release their first studio album in seven years this autumn, will take to the stage in the Olympia Theatre on November 10.

Tickets are €22.50 and are on sale from 9am on Wednesday.

Mamma Mia is back

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The world-famous show, which has been watched by over 54 million people, will come to the Bord Gais Theatre tomorrow and will run until July 4. Tickets are priced from €35 and are available from ticketmaster.