'I'd never sell my wedding pictures' - Jack Reynor
He is the country boy who was turned into a Hollywood star thanks to his role in the blockbuster Transformers franchise. She is the glamorous model always by his side - so it seems like their love story would fit perfectly onto the pages of a glossy magazine.
However, movie star Jack Reynor has vowed that photos of his wedding to fiancee Madeline Mulqueen won't be splashed across the pages of OK! magazine.
"Absolutely not," Wicklow actor Jack told the Diary.
The What Richard Did star has been dating Limerick model Madeline for over three years and the couple got engaged in late 2013.
While still madly in love and often seen out and about together, the publicity-shy couple are taking their time when it comes to wedding plans.
The 24-year-old said he loves nothing more than chilling out in the Wicklow hills with his girlfriend when he has time off work and their wedding will also be a quiet affair.
"It will be really low-key," Jack told the Diary. "We will do it when we do it."
Ever the supportive girlfriend, Madeline was by Jack's side as they attended the Iftas at the Mansion House on Saturday night.
Fitness fanatic Madeline turned heads in her "last-minute" look - a floor-length, figure-hugging red gown that she picked up from Starla Dresses.
The 26-year-old later showed off her sculpted figure for the Iftas after-party in the VIP area of celeb haunt Lillie's Bordello, after stepping into a purple crochet mini-dress.
The couple had plenty to celebrate after Jack picked up the Best Supporting Actor Ifta for his role in John Carney's Sing Street.
Jack and Madeline continued the celebrations the following day when they took the actor's latest acting gong along for a pint of Guinness in The Hairy Lemon Pub in the city centre.
Jack is enjoying some down-time as he weighs up potential projects for later this year.
The actor will next be seen in thriller Free Fire, in which he stars alongside fellow Irish actor Cillian Murphy. It's due out next year.
Meanwhile, he plays Brother Wolf in Rudyard Kipling's version of The Jungle Book, now due out in 2018.
"I am looking at some more projects for later in the year and taking a bit of a break in the meantime," Jack said.
Jack said he would love to try his hand at writing and directing.
"It's something that I want to look towards especially now I have a bit of time off. You can expect me to develop something soon enough," he said.