Jenny Dixon and Tom Neville tied the knot in Drumcondra at the weekend | PICTURE
WHILE Limerick hurling fans were disappointed leaving Dublin on Saturday evening, one local man who left happy was TD Tom Neville.
The Fine Gael politician married actress Jennie Dixon within a stone’s throw of Croke Park in front of almost 200 guests including Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and several other Government ministers.
The ceremony, which took place at Corpus Christi Church in Drumcondra, was followed by a reception at Powerscourt Hotel in, Enniskerry, County Wicklow.
The happy couple who got engaged while on holidays in Italy last September have been in a relationship since 2016 – having first met at the launch of the Richard Harris International Film Festival.
According to RSVP Live, Jenny’s dress featured "flowing front panels, pockets and three dimension antique lace detail on the cathedral length train".
The former Fair City actress’ bridal look was completed with a "two tier finger tip length veil finished with a satin trim".
The groom, who wore a black three-piece suit tailored by Louis Copeland, was accompanied by his best man and two groomsmen. His his father Dan, a former TD, was also in attendance.
In addition to several high profile politicians, a number of well-known faces were spotted arriving at the ceremony including George McMahon and Dave O’Sullivan, who play Mondo and Decco in Fair City, as well as Bryan Murray and Una Crawford-O’Brien, who play Bob and Renee, respectively.
Limerick man and Virgin Media broadcaster Deric Hartigan was also in attendance as was model Roz Lipsett
It’s understood Tom and Jenny are keeping details of their honeymoon a closely guarded secret as they have agreed a deal with RSVP magazine.
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