Monday 20 November 2017

Another day, another onesie - Ray D'arcy's daughter continues to be his stylist

Ray D'Arcy and daughter Kate at the Marks and Spencer St Patrick's Day breakfast

RTE presenter Ray D’Arcy has thrown caution to the wind, after agreeing to conduct the ‘dressed by a child’ experiment.

The 50-year-old is bravely allowing his daughter Kate dress him for one week as part of a new on-air social experiment.


Today, Kate (8) opted for a navy Christmas onesie, heart patterned pink vest and odd shoes.

D’Arcy, who recently transferred to RTE after 14 years at Today FM, is leading the way for the LauraLynn ‘#DressedByAChild’ campaign.

The radio host was inspired after American woman Summer Bellessa hit headlines around the world when she agreed to let her toddler style and dress her.

Earlier this week, he turned up for work in a white shirt, black vest and white untied tie with a blue scarf worn sari style.

The dad-of- two also urged Ryan Tubridy to join him - which the Late Late Show and radio host accepted.

Ryan (41) let his two daughters Ella (15) and Julia (9) dress him yesterday as part of the state broadcaster's #DressedByAChild campaign, to raise funds for LauraLynn, Ireland's Children's Hospice.

Needless to say, there were a few raised eyebrows when Ryan turned up to work in a black wig, a tie with a Gonzo (from The Muppets) wrap and Hawaiian lei to complement his powder blue trousers and pink shirt.

To join in with the campaign, allow your son, daughter, niece, nephew or neighbour make you over for the day and share a picture to social media.

To donate €4, text LAURALYNN to 50300.

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