Champagne lifestyle - Georgia Salpa won't be giving up on sunny Spain
Top model Georgia Salpa may have just have resigned with an Irish agency for the first time in two years, but that doesn’t mean a move home is on the cards.
The half-Greek beauty (29), who is in Dublin this week, has ruled out any permanent move back here as she enjoys the champagne lifestyle in sunny Marbella.
She has been living the dream life with wealthy fiancé Joe Penna - and has no intention of coming back to these shores, despite returning to Andrea Roche’s agency.
“Georgia has a couple of big campaigns coming up over the summer months that Andrea helped her get and she’s delighted to be back on her books,” a source said.
“But there’s no way she’s moving back to Ireland, even on a temporary basis. She has a new life out in Spain and she’s happy out.
“She’s driving around in a convertible Mercedes, has her little dogs and lives in a gorgeous house. Plus her friends and family come over to visit her regularly so she doesn’t get homesick.”
Gorgeous Georgia quit Andrea’s agency in October 2012 and signed up with Neon Management who have since been solely responsible for her bookings.
She now divides her time between Spain and London, where she has become a red-carpet regular thanks to her appearance on Celebrity Big Brother.
Georgia and Joe recently moved into a new place in London and she said this week how she’s “obsessed” with their plush pad.
They have put any wedding plans on the “long finger” and she told pals they won’t be getting hitched for at least another year.
However, Georgia indicated that she would like a traditional wedding when she does decide to walk down the aisle.
Meanwhile, former Miss Ireland Andrea - who was credited with helping to launch Georgia’s career after she left Assets in 2010 - said she’s “very happy” to have her back with the agency.
The lads’ mag favourite is a rare sight on these shores now as she throws herself into the international modelling scene.
She came back here last month to film scenes for Republic of Telly with Nadia Forde - but most of her work is abroad.