Kilkenny pitcher TJ Reid married gorgeous blogger Niamh De Brun in a fabulous wedding.
The couple got married in the opulent setting of Adare Manor in Niamh’s hometown of Limerick.
The happy couple, who got engaged in the spring of 2019, said ‘yes’ in front of their close friends and family, including some of TJ’s teammates in Kilkenny.
Richie Hogan, Ger Aylward, Conor Fogarty and Walter Walsh were spotted that day. Colin Fennelly and his girlfriend Aliyah also attended the couple’s special day.
Blogger Niamh looked simply stunning in an elegant white dress with sheer sleeves and lace details, while TJ looked neat in a sleek black tuxedo.
Sharing a lovely photo on Instagram, the social media star wrote: “My husband and I,” along with a love heart emoji.
This special day comes after they were forced to postpone their wedding for the second time.
They were originally scheduled to get married in December 2020 before moving the date to spring 2021. However, that date had to be pushed back once again due to restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic in Ireland at the time.
At the time, Niamh said: “We have postponed our wedding, see you in February 2021.
“It will be perfect every time it happens.”
TJ visited the famous Cheltenham Racecourse on the Cotswolds in the county of Gloucestershire for his bachelor party earlier this month.
He partied alongside well-known GAA stars including Richie Hogan, Padraig Walsh, Eoin Cody, Paul Murphy, Adrian Mullen and Joey Holden for the fun weekend in England.
The party came just a week after Ballyhale Shamrocks reached fourth in a row at Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship after a 3-19, 3-15 victory over O’Loughlin Gaels at Nowlan Park.
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Two weeks earlier, Niamh had enjoyed her bachelorette party surrounded by close friends in Killarney as they dressed for a Halloween-themed event.
Revealing details of their engagement in Cork, where they had their first date, TJ previously told RSVP Magazine: “I wanted to take her back to where we first met in Cobh, so I started. planning how I would get her there before a weekend away we had planned in Killarney and Dingle.
“We said we would go to her favorite restaurant in Cork, Roosters Piri-Piri, and she immediately agreed.
“We stayed at the Fota Island Resort in February and didn’t have a chance to go to the zoo. Niamh said no at first, but I managed to convince her to come. However, it was closed when we got there. “
The star added, “It is a tradition to call the father of the bride before applying. I was under pressure because it was a Wednesday. I had to get the ring first, I have had talks in the gym and was trying to switch to Niamh’s Father.
“He’s a professor at Mary Immaculate College in Limerick and I couldn’t reach him – I called him five times. I had to remove my Bluetooth phone on the way down just in case his name appeared on the screen.
“He said ‘Sure’ when I asked him. I had the ring in my pocket and I walked over, knelt down and asked Niamh to marry me.”