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Sharon Corr finally tied the knot with her
boyfriend of six years barrister Gavin Bonnar
in a tiny church in county Clare followed by a reception
in Dromoland Castle on Saturday.. She is the first
of the Dundalk Supergroup, The Corrs, to tie
wedding ceremony was held in the 19th century St Johnís
church in Cratloe, County Clare in front of 200 friends
and family Arriving just after 12am in a navy Bentley
with her father Gerry.
said she was not nervous about the wedding until earlier
that morning. Speaking to ShowBizIreland.com
on her way into the church the bride said "I wasnít
nervous at first. But, I am now." The bride continued,
"Weíve been together for six years. We would have
married within six days but for our careers. We are
Caroline & Andrea
groom, a barrister from Belfast also had a tad of
last minute nerves. "I'm very nervous" he laughed.
"No body's told me what happening."
Sharon's sisters Andrea and Caroline
were bridesmaids at the ceremony along with Sharonís
two best-friends from her home town of Dundalk Gillian
Callan and Caroline McDonald.
Patrick Kielty & Amanda Byram
groomsmen were all Gavinís friends from his home town
of Belfast. An hour and half later the bride and groom
emerged saying the whole event was very emotional.
told us "the whole event was very emotional but it
was lovely. I was fine after the nerves disappeared.
asked why the couple chose the Clare church Sharon
replied. "just look at it, itís so beautiful."
It also emerged yesterday that the violinist turned
down a six figure sum from a UK glossy magazine ahead
of the wedding to allow the Irish press and Corr fans
to get access to the event to thank them for their
help over the years.
spokesperson for Sharon said of the for magazine deal
that "Anyone who knows Sharon Corr knows she is the
type of lady who would even contemplate doing deal
for one magazine, when the Irish press have been so
good to the band over the years."