Yvonne Keating has treated herself to a holiday in a "breath-takingly beautiful place" after the stress of finally selling her Abington mansion.
The columnist and TV presenter (40) has been relaxing with her other half, camera-man John Conroy, as the pair soak up the delights of Dorset.
Paying tribute to the picturesque beauty spot, the former model has posted a string of scenic pics as she has a well-earned break.
For Laois native John, who she has been dating for two years, it's a case of mixing business with pleasure as he has been filming for hit TV show Broadchurch.
The smitten cameraman posted a picture of the pair of them on a beach with the simple caption: "Happy days."
It seems that Ronan Keating and his girlfriend Storm Uechtritz (inset) aren't the only ones who can show off their affection for each other on social networking sites.
Yvonne and John are clearly able to give them a run for their money, although the couple are far more selective about posting gushing messages to each other.
It's been a busy summer for Yvonne and her three children with the former Boyzone singer.
She and son Jack (15) and daughters Missy (13) and Ali (8) moved out of their €2.45m home after the house was sold.
Yvonne is now renting a new place for her brood until she finds them the perfect home for their fresh start - and has vowed to stay in the upmarket suburb of Malahide to be close to her children's schools.
The statuesque blonde turned the big 4-0 last February and said recently how she has now entered a great period in her life.
And she has paid tribute to her other half for making her feel truly cherished.
"In my personal life I'm extremely happy, I feel truly loved and I think then you worry less about how you look physically," she said.
"I'm very relaxed about turning 40 to be honest.
"You get to a stage where you just couldn't care less, there's nothing you can do about growing older anyway."
She first met John on the set of a movie that her aspiring actress daughter Missy filmed in Sweden back in 2012 and the romance blossomed from there.