Christmas Celebrations for Cian O’Sullivan & Danielle Byrne

The pair are to marry in a stunning Irish venue

Cian O'Sullivan Wedding

Dublin footballer Cian O’Sullivan and his stunning fiancée Danielle Byrne got engaged earlier this year and are looking forward to their December wedding.

It has been revealed, that the couple, who have been together for over ten years, will tie the knot in front of over 200 friends, family and the Dublin star defender’s team mates at Rathsallagh House Hotel in Co Wicklow.

 

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This picturesque county house was converted from horse stables in 1798 and is offers the couple the tranquil privacy of 260 acres of parkland and food served from the award-winning restaurant. Plus, if they choose to enjoy a weekend wedding, guests are ideally placed for some scenic sightseeing, playing golf on the 18-hole course or relaxing in the Spa room and billiard room! 

This five-star wedding venue is no stranger to celebrity weddings, have hosted the nuptials of Fair City actor Tony Tormey and his wife Kate Mullally in 2000; singer Paul Byrom and Phil Coulter’s daughter Dominque chose the location their wedding in 2013 and former Love/Hate star Ian Lloyd Anderson, married Kim Harris here in 2015.

30-year-old Cian asked Danielle to marry him back in April, during a romantic break in Lake Garda, Italy. At the time, Danielle shared the exciting news on Instagram writing, “Yesterday was fairly perfect now…” alongside an engagement ring emoji!

 

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We can’t wait for the pictures of Danielle in her wedding dress. Her style choices are always on point, so we have no doubt that she will look absolutely amazing on her wedding day.

The celebrated their tenth anniversary together in South Africa on the players’ and their partners’ trip in January, however, this year they won’t be going on this annual holiday choosing to go on honeymoon together instead.