Pippa O'Connor and Brian Ormond jet to New York City on a romantic break minus baby Ollie
She was only there a few weeks ago but Pippa O'Connor has jetted off to New York for another short holiday and this time she brought her hubby Brian Ormond along too.
The model turned entrepreneur was in the Big Apple last month to work on a secret collaboration with top beauty brand, Blank Canvas Cosmetics.
Rumours have been circulating about what the collaboration is but Pippa has remained tight-lipped about it, although she previously posted pics of a shoot they did in Central Park.
"We're working on something together that will be out in May. I'm sworn to secrecy for now but I can say that it's not brushes, although it is something in the beauty and make-up world," she revealed.
While she brought her sister Susannah with her to the Big Apple last month, this time Pippa (30) brought Brian along for a romantic break.
The pair also met up with some friends while in the city that never sleeps including former Fair City star, David Mitchell who played Jimmy Doyle on the soap.
Also joining them on a glamorous night out was Keith Duffy's wife Lisa.
The last time she visited NYC, Pippa was not impressed with how cold it was but this time the city had warmed up slightly, meaning she could have a bit more fun with her outfits.
Sharing a photo of herself in bright blue heels and black leather pants, Pippa wrote: "NYC nights … thankfully not as cold as last time".
The couple treated themselves at some of New York's most glamorous spots including Sarabeth's on Central park South as well as the world famous Plaza Hotel on 5th Avenue.
It looks like they left their young son Ollie at home in order to enjoy some time away alone together.
The young couple are known for having a good life balance as they make an effort to head out with friends both at home and abroad.
"Everything is different now, the whole dynamic is different since Ollie came along," she said.
"We're good in that we still go out with friends but not till four in the morning to nightclubs.
"We go out to dinner and we're home by midnight," she added.