Bride-to-be Madeline jets to Greece for some sun - but there's no sign of Jack Reynor
Madeline Mulqueen has been taking time out from wedding planning as she swaps drizzly Ireland for a foreign holiday.
The model (24) has jetted off to sunny Greece for a few days.
The Limerick woman is rumoured to be walking down the aisle with her screen star fiance Jack Reynor later this year. However, white gowns and seating plans look to be the farthest things from her mind as she frolicked in her bikini along the picturesque Mediterranean coast.
A die-hard fitness fanatic - with an enviable beach body to show for it - Madeline proved that even models have their cheat days and admitted she has been "living off" kebabs since landing in the country.
However, it's not all pig-outs and sunbathing sessions for Madeline, as she also took some time to visit one of the many historical hotspots on the Greek islands.
Madeline, who shot to fame after appearing in the Rubberbandits' video for their viral hit Horse Outside, paid a visit to the ancient city of Kameiros in Rhodes.
"I wish I could fit the entire place into this photo, it's pretty spectacular," Madeline gushed as she shared pictures of her adventure on her Instagram account.
Although her soon-to-be-husband Jack was absent from Madeline's holiday snaps, the Transformers actor (23) hinted on his Twitter page that he was also enjoying a sunny getaway.
The loved-up couple - who have been engaged for over a year - are rarely pictured together, apart from when they're walking the red carpet with Hollywood celebrities.
While it may be a daunting prospect for many, dressing to impress doesn't faze Madeline.
The pretty model is a big fan of Irish fashion designers and recently turned to John Rocha and Colin Horgan to kit her out for Cannes Film Festival.
"You just have to take [the red carpet] for what it is and enjoy it," she told the Herald recently.
"I'm particularly proud of the [fashion design] talent there is in Ireland, so I'm only happy to showcase it. It's always fun choosing something to wear."