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& Kerry's Wedding Hideaway revealed...
can reveal the picturesque hideaway where Bryan
McFadden and Kerry Katona will tie the
knot on Saturday.
Irish Mirror got the news that the ShowBiz wedding
of the year will converge on the tiny Co Meath village
in the middle of the countryside, Kerry and Bryan
fell in love with the Catholic Church of Immaculate
Conception after they discovered it on a family outing.
looks like any other quiet village church but on Saturday
it will open its doors to an array of top celebrities.
Stars including Ronan Keating, S Club 7 and
Bryan's Westlife band mates will flock to the
150 year old stone church.
is ideal for a high profile wedding with only one
small country road leading to the church which is
surrounded by trees and situated next to a graveyard.
Villagers were unaware that the huge ShowBiz event
was about to unfold on their own doorsteps. Bryan
and Kerry tried to protect the identity of the church
so that a 300,000 Euro deal with Hello! Magazine
would not be scuppered.
Last night a source close to the couple said: "This
is the dream location for Bryan and Kerry. Nobody
other than the invited guests will be able to get
anywhere near the church. This is the place where
they will get the privacy to enjoy their big day without
too many people being around. On the day of the wedding
the church will be decked out in white flowers and
candles - it will be very romantic and idyllic. It
only holds around 250 people so it will be packed
to capacity with some of the biggest names in ShowBiz.
They have already visited the church twice and preparations
will get underway on Friday to bring in the flowers.
There will be security at the end of the road to make
sure that nobody can come near the church without
an invitation. Bryan and Kerry will bring a priest
from Dublin who is a good friend of the family to
conduct the ceremony and they have picked all the
hymns themselves. Bryan will arrive first in a limousine
and then Kerry will arrive with her mum and dad. At
this stage it's likely she will have to arrive shielded
by minders and she will be whisked straight in without
any hanging around. If any photographers get near
the church it is going to cause a major headache because
she can't go through the back door - every bride dreams
of their walk down the aisle. They will have blankets
and umbrellas to drape around her if the worst comes
to the worst but even that is a risk. The service
will last for around an hour and then photographs
will be taken on the steps of the church - but only
if no other photographers are near the site. Guests
are being brought to the church at 1pm and they will
then be taken to Slane Castle for the reception. There
is an elaborate buffet style dinner being planned
and they will be greeted with champagne and canopies.
A magician will roam around the tables and perform
for the guests. Then at around 7pm Westlife will perform
a medley of their hits."
The wedding has cost £100,000 to stage and taken six
months to plan. Westlife's Sligo stars Kian Egan,
Shane Filan and Mark Feehily have booked
into top Dublin hotels so they can enjoy the wedding
said: "This is going to be one of the biggest days
for the group since we got together three years ago.
We're all really proud of Bryan and there are going
to be a few bad hangovers on Sunday morning but that's
what it's all about. We have all been measured up
for our wedding suits so we're going to be looking
Kerry's Atomic Kitten pal Natasha Hamilton
will be one of her five bridesmaids. Bryan and Kerry
will run through a rehearsal for the wedding tomorrow
but are expected to do it in Dublin so they don't
attract attention to the church. A special security
team have already visited the Rathfeigh church to
plan their wedding day security checks. Guests will
be checked on the way in for hidden cameras and security
men will guard the church doors to prevent anyone
gate-crashing the ceremony. "I don't think Rathfeigh
knows what is going to hit it on Saturday but they
couldn't risk the secret getting out or every Westlife
fan on the planet would have turned up on Saturday,"
the insider added.
cars with blacked out windows have been hired to take
Kerry and Bryan from the church to Slane Castle after
The reception will be followed by a fireworks display
and guests will be taken back to their hotels at 3am.