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The Simon Community launch their spectacular Simon House of Light joined by Vogue Williams, Brian Kennedy,

The Simon Community launch their spectacular Simon House of Light joined by Vogue Williams, Brian Kennedy,

The Simon Community launch their spectacular Simon House of Light joined by Vogue Williams, Brian Kennedy,

It'S going to be tough for Brian McFadden to choose a Christmas gift for his glamorous wife Vogue Williams as she has given him so many options.

The couple are spending the festive season in Dublin with Brian's children, Molly and Lily-Sue from his previous marriage to Kerry Katona.

"We do that every second year so one year we're in Dublin at Brian's parents' house with the kids and the next we're in Spain with my mum," she told the Herald.

While the TV presenter has most of her shopping done, her hubby is not so prepared.

"Brian has a lot of shopping to do but I'm not so bad. He'll have to get all his when he gets back to Dublin.

"I told him before that I didn't want anything and I really didn't think I did, but then I thought I'd ask him to get me curtains for my new house, but he said he wouldn't get me those.

"Then all of a sudden I turned into this greedy girl, it's unbelievable. I've been sending him like two emails every day with gift ideas. So he's gotten two things that I asked him for. I even wrote a blog post about Christmas gifts and I was even telling him to look at that," she laughed.

Manic

It's been a busy year for the Vogue Does the Afterlife presenter, but she says next year will be even more manic.

"There's been loads of fun things this year like my RTE2 show and starting on Spin, but it's really been a building year so I've got a lot coming out in 2015 - I'm really excited," she said.

Vogue was on hand to light up Powerscourt Town Centre on South William Street for the launch of the Simon House of Light show last night.

The front of the Powers- court Townhouse Centre will be lit up from 5pm-10pm each evening from December 11 to 13 with performances from Brian Kennedy, Dead Cat Bounce, The Park Singers Choir and many more in order to raise much-needed funds for the charity.

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