Thursday 14 December 2017

Bernard Brogan moving into new home with wife Keira: 'Married life is a million miles an hour'

Dublin's Bernard Brogan pictured with his new bride Keira Doyle after their wedding at The Church of The Assumption, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.
PIC COLIN O'RIORDAN
Dublin's Bernard Brogan pictured with his new bride Keira Doyle after their wedding at The Church of The Assumption, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. PIC COLIN O'RIORDAN
Bernard Brogan and Keira Doyle on honeymoon. Image: Instagram
Bernard Brogan kisses new bride Keira Doyle after their wedding ceremony in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. Photo: Colin O’Riordan
Bernard Brogan,member of Aware’s Board of Directors and Irish professional golfer Shane Lowry were in Dublin to officially launch the One for Ireland Campaign taking place throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May). Customers around the country will be asked to add €1 to their bill at the till at retailers nationwide along with restaurants, cafés, hotels, pharmacies and hairdressers to raise money for youth mental health. People can also donate online at www.oneforirleland.ie. PIC: MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IE
Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

Bernard Brogan hasn't had much downtime since becoming a married man, saying life is moving "a million miles an hour."

The Dublin GAA star tied the knot with his long-term love Keira Doyle in late December, and said that they are enjoying life as a married couple. 

"Married life is good, we're still hanging in there anyway which is positive," he joked at the launch of the One for Ireland campaign on Tuesday.

"We’d a big shindig down in Kilkenny, 250 of us, family and friends, football partners and all sorts. We’d a great few days.

Bernard Brogan kisses new bride Keira Doyle after their wedding ceremony in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. Photo: Colin O’Riordan
Bernard Brogan kisses new bride Keira Doyle after their wedding ceremony in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. Photo: Colin O’Riordan

"Then we went away in January to South Africa for a couple of weeks so that was amazing."

Entrepreneur Brogan hasn't slowed down since the wedding, with the pair recently moving into a new house.

"I’m just enjoying life. We’re newly married and enjoying ourselves. We’re busy moving into a new house, we’re getting works done there. It’s a million miles an hour. There’s training and work and all of that, so we’re just living in the present, as they say."

With four months of marriage behind them, Brogan (33) said that questions on whether the pair will have children have already come flooding in.

Bernard Brogan and Keira Doyle on honeymoon. Image: Instagram
Bernard Brogan and Keira Doyle on honeymoon. Image: Instagram

"It’s like anything, it’s the natural course of things. When you’re going out with someone, they’re pressuring you to get married, then they’re pressuring you to have kids and all of that. No one’s ever happy to stay in the moment and enjoy it," he laughed.

"We just moved into a new house and stuff, so we’d a lovely marriage, a lovely couple of weeks away. It seems like a million years ago because I was straight back into training, into the hard stuff with Dublin, so it seems like a long time ago, but it’s really positive."

Bernard was speaking at the launch of the One for Ireland campaign, a charitable movement created to change Ireland for young people, which is taking place throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend. For more information and to donate, visit oneforireland.ie.

Bernard Brogan,member of Aware’s Board of Directors and Irish professional golfer Shane Lowry were in Dublin to officially launch the One for Ireland Campaign taking place throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May). Customers around the country will be asked to add €1 to their bill at the till at retailers nationwide along with restaurants, cafés, hotels, pharmacies and hairdressers to raise money for youth mental health. People can also donate online at www.oneforirleland.ie.
PIC: MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IE
Bernard Brogan,member of Aware’s Board of Directors and Irish professional golfer Shane Lowry were in Dublin to officially launch the One for Ireland Campaign taking place throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May). Customers around the country will be asked to add €1 to their bill at the till at retailers nationwide along with restaurants, cafés, hotels, pharmacies and hairdressers to raise money for youth mental health. People can also donate online at www.oneforirleland.ie. PIC: MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IE

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