Celtic Woman is now a Celtic Wife!

Irish Daily Mail - - News - By Laura But­ler Show­busi­ness Editor show­biz@dai­ly­mail.ie

THREE years af­ter split­ting from her for­mer fi­ancé, Celtic Woman singer Su­san McFad­den has fi­nally walked down the aisle.

The Dublin-born star of the well-known Ir­ish mu­sic group and younger sis­ter of for­mer Westlifer Brian McFad­den got hitched to bag­piper An­thony Byrne on Satur­day.

The blonde and her groom, whom she met on tour with Celtic Woman, ex­changed vows in front of fam­ily and friends at Ti­nakilly House in Co. Wick­low, where TV3’s The Great Ir­ish Bake Off was filmed.

The cou­ple hosted a pink and cream themed gar­den party and be­ing a sum­mer bash, the bride opted against a tra­di­tional floor­length gown in favour of a knee­length, 1950s-style frock.

‘A very happy day in the camp as we cel­e­brate the wed­ding of Su­san and Anto,’ a mes­sage of con­grat­u­la­tions on the Celtic Woman Face­book page read.

‘Of all the achieve­ments Celtic Woman have made over the years, bring­ing these two to­gether, who are made for each other, has to top them all.’

Su­san, lead vo­cal­ist with Celtic Woman for the past five years, was pre­vi­ously en­gaged to English ac­tor Adam Booth. But West End star Su­san ended the re­la­tion­ship in 2014, months be­fore they were due to wed. She and An­thony tied the knot last week­end fol­low­ing a busy four-month tour of the US.

Celtic Woman’s next con­cert is a home­com­ing gig at Dublin’s 3Arena on Septem­ber 2.

Wed­ding band: Su­san McFad­den with hus­band An­thony Byrne

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