Monday 20 November 2017

Aoife Cogan and Gordon D'Arcy 'too busy' for summer holiday

The former Miss Ireland is famous for her low-key boho style
The former Miss Ireland is famous for her low-key boho style

He is marching on after victory over Munster at the weekend and has a second Six Nations medal in his pocket.

But proud wife Aoife Cogan has no romantic getaway or a relaxing holiday planned for her hard-working hubby, Leinster and Ireland star Gordon D'Arcy.

It could even be next year before the busy pair have time for a break to celebrate what has been a successful 2014 so far.

"Gordon is still busy with Leinster so hopefully we will get a chance to get away in the summer when he has his holidays," Aoife told the Diary.

"But the business is very busy so I don't know if we will even get time for a holiday," added the model who is up to her eyes with her pilates business which the couple set up late last year.

The Castleknock native said that the studio, owned by herself and Gordon, is a long-term investment and her modelling career has taken a back seat as a result.

The former Miss Ireland is famous for her low-key boho style
The former Miss Ireland is famous for her low-key boho style
For pal Karen Fitzpatrick's summer 2013 wedding, she shone in a flowing yellow strapless maxi dress
At the Leinster Ball, her vintage inspired beaded number turned heads for all the right reasons
In her downtime, the model loves to sport faux fur
For Amy Huberman's Bourbon shoe launch last year, she wore an eye catching fedora and skinny jeans staple
Aoife's love of faux fur is evident, no matter what season it is
She vamped up her black gown with a plunging neckline and high slit at Brian O'Driscoll's testimonial dinner
The beauty queen proudly showed off her then-new engagement ring in 2011 during a summer walk with her other half
It's little surprise she won Best Dressed on the Night at the 2012 VIP Style Awards in this Moschino number
She looked sensational for her 2012 wedding to Gordon D'Arcy

"I am there every day in the studio and when you get back into modeling you meet up with the girls and its nice to catch up, but Form School is taking up all my time at the moment.

"It is going so well and I just love it," she added.

Aoife has come a long way since winning Miss Ireland in 2005 and she said she owes a lot to the competition.

"I was modeling and travelling Australia for two years so when I came home, Miss Ireland was a great way to get my face back out there," Aoife told the Diary.

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