Wedding Streak! Inside Sinead Kennedy’s big day

Wedding Streak! Inside Sinead Kennedy’s big day

Winning Streak’s Sinead Kennedy tied the knot over the weekend to her partner of eight years Conor Kirwan.

The couple wed in an intimate ceremony in Sneem, Co. Kerry and held the reception in Dromquinna Manor.

Before the ceremony the star tweeted the about the inaugural pre wedding prep of “Drinks and ham & toasted cheese sambos” claiming wedding prep “ain’t so bad.”

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Drinks and ham & toasted cheese sambos...this wedding prep stuff ain't so bad! #grogans

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The uber stylish presenter looked stunning in her silver gown to match her silver locks and held a beautiful blue bouquet that complimented her engagement ring.

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Summer nails...my new fave #white #mini #tanzanite

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Wedding Streak! Inside Sinead Kennedy’s big day

Wedding Streak! Inside Sinead Kennedy’s big day

The 30-year-old said she will only get to enjoy a "mini moon" with her naval officer man as her Winning Streak commitments require her to be back by Marty’s side almost straight away.

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Bring on the honeymoon! While to wait yet though!!!!

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Congrats to the happy couple

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