Cliona Hagan tied the knot with her fiancé Simon Sheerin in an intimate church wedding in Westmeath yesterday.
The Irish country singer from Tyrone got engaged to fellow musician Simon in December 2020.
And on Wednesday, the 33-year-old walked down the aisle in a bespoke wedding dress by Irish designer Geraldine O’Meara, reports RSVP Live.
Her stunning white dress featured a sweetheart neckline, spaghetti straps and “Pippa Middleton-style buttons extending into a long train.”
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Cliona’s veil was embroidered with the letters “C” and “S” in a personalized tribute to the happy couple.
The groom wore a unique look in a black shirt, tie and jacket from GUY Clothing in Tullamore and opted for jeans rather than dress pants for the special day.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds popped a bottle of champagne outside the church and celebrations continued at five-star Kilronan Castle in Roscommon with friends and family.
Well-known celebrities attended as guests, including Saturday singer Una Healy as well as many other country music stars.
Una excitedly shared some photos on Instagram, as she revealed she brought her mother Anne as her plus one and donned a bright orange dress for the occasion.
Ahead of their wedding, Cliona and Simon told RSVP Magazine that they looked forward to the big day in order to spend time with family and friends.
Cliona said: “Everyone says the day goes by really fast, so we’re going to make it a great day to remember.”
Simon added: “People often ask us that, and I have to say I look forward to everything.
“I won’t be nervous that day. I think proposing is a lot more nerve-wracking than getting married.”
Simon and Cliona met in 2016 when he was her band’s musical director. At first, their relationship was completely platonic, but then turned into a romance.
The stunner Tyrone became a household name after appearing on RTE’s hit show Dancing With The Stars in 2019 where she finished second with dance partner Robert Rowinski.
Cliona also appeared on the first series of The All Ireland Talent Show in 2009 and made it all the way to the final after being mentored by Eurovision winner Dana.
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