Irish rugby star Tadhg Beirne married longtime lover Harriet Fuller over the weekend in a lavish castle wedding.
the couple, who got engaged in December 2020, say “I like” at Kilkea Castle in Co Kildare.
They were joined by their closest friends and family for the occasion, including Tadhg’s parents Gerry and Brenda, and three older sisters Jennifer, Alannah and Caoimhe.
Model Alannah and musician Caoimhe flooded social media with photos from the stunning outdoor ceremony and reception, in which a troupe of Irish dancers took over the dance floor for a surprise performance before the pair Happy couple and their guests enjoy their boogie.
Tadhg and Harriet were blessed with fine weather for their wedding, as they walked down the aisle in the castle grounds after saying their vows.
Tadhg, a native of Kildare, took to Instagram on Sunday to share some pictures of the big day, including a closer look at his new wife’s beautiful white dress.
The classic and elegant wedding dress featured a structured neckline and corsered silhouette with a full skirt.
She wore her hair up in a high bun combined with a floating veil that perfectly accentuated the neckline of her dress.
Meanwhile, Tadhg looks dapper in a matching black suit with a bow tie.
Friends and fans flocked to the comments section to congratulate the happy couple on their wedding, with numerous Tadhg rugby teammates leading the way.
Retired winger Sean O’Brien wrote: “Congratulations.”
Josh Van der Flier, who married his fiancée Sophie de Patoul last week, said: “Congratulations guys.”
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Australian-Irish rugby star Finlay Bealham added: “Congratulations guys.”
While one of Tadhg’s followers wrote: “Wishing you two many years of love and lots of laughter, health and happiness.”
Tadhg and Harriet have been together since 2018.
Munster’s rugby player questioned at the lavish Adare Manor hotel in late 2020.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/irish-rugby-star-tadhg-beirne-says-i-do-to-long-time-love-harriet-fuller-in-fairytale-ceremony-41930065.html Irish rugby star Tadhg Beirne says ‘I like’ longtime lover Harriet Fuller in fairy tale ceremony