Blaise O'Donnell back on the singles market after split with new boyfriend
Red-blooded males, form an orderly queue now.
(Being well brought up, perhaps with a plummy vowelled D4 speaking style and maybe an innate understanding of grand houses with glorious views over Killiney Bay, might also be pluses here for potential suitors. . .)
Yes, Blaise O'Donnell is single, chaps.
The young Irish beauty, formerly of Gorse Hill mansion in Killiney, broke up with her boyfriend late last year (and managed to keep this a secret from your diarist until now, the blinging broad.)
Maybe the break-up was the reason for all that searching for a sea view internationally, in Capri, Sorrento, and Hawaii - something that could have seemed a deep-seated psychological longing to replicate the family home overlooking Killiney that her family lost last year.
Blaise was spotted looking spectacularly gorgeous (not in a cape, or that orange guna) last weekend in Zozimus cocktail bar in Anne's Lane. It can't be long before she's hooked-up again.
As for summer hols, a source so close to Blaise that she can possibly see her put her make-up on in the morning, told me that Blaise has no plans yet; "It definitely won't be the Sorrentine Peninsula, but I'm sure there will be a sea view of some sort!" In the meantime, Blaise had a birthday party at her apartment last weekend with a gang of friends.
When I suggested to my Deep Throat at the Blaise beano that it was perhaps to mark the birthday girl's 30th year, she shot back a look that could have frozen Killiney bay: "29th! She has a year before the dreaded D Day!"
Last Thursday week, the 29-year-old stunner accompanied her father Brian and her VBF Jerry Beades of The New Land League and The Friends Of Banking to the Bank of Ireland AGM in Belfield.
Brian got up to speak and launched the family's latest campaign against Bank of Ireland, supported by Blaise. Mr Beades told your diarist that the one-time caped crusader, Blaise, turned up to support the family's launch of their new fight-back one year on, and that Gorse Hill cannot be sold and has cost Bank of Ireland a small fortune in security to mind.
"They have to be careful in case Blaise and her sibling succeed in their appeals still before the courts," unsuccessful Senate candidate Beades said. He added that Blaise's determination to save "her home and family business is the same as Jackie Lavin's and Bill Cullen's fight against banks, or Twink fighting to save her home, as reported in the media recently."
"Friends of Banking," continued Vincent Browne's favourite row-riser, "is ten years old this year and I'm still not for turning."
Nor, it seems, is Blaise, who at least won't have to worry about catching her heel and falling if she ever was to turn in those mercifully discarded capes. In any event, hopefully she will soon have a beau to catch her if she were to fall.
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