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Are You Ireland’s Most Loved-Up Couple? If So Read On


By IMAGE
02nd Feb 2016

Old photo of wedding couple with bridal bouquet

Are You Ireland’s Most Loved-Up Couple? If So Read On

Are you one half of Ireland’s most loved-up couple? If so, the chance of a lifetime awaits you; an appearance on The Late Late Show, where you can regale every Tom, Dick and Harry from Malin to Mizen Head with your nausea-inducing love story. But no really, it’ll be great. And the folks at RTE really are looking for Ireland’s most mushiest couple to take part in their Valentine’s Day special on February 12th. Is it you?

Whether it was a case of love at first tweet or a Montague/Capulet scenario (that might refer to a Munster/Leinster rugby rivalry in today’s day), RTE want to hear from you. The couple that reins supreme will win themselves a loved-up break for two AND a special guest appearance on Ireland’s favourite chat show.

Elsewhere on the Valentine’s Day special, the producers are hoping to help their audience of 200 single men and women find love. Could it be you, the perfect couple, who show them how it’s done?

Here’s what Casanova himself (Ryan Tubridy) has to say ?We’re asking people to nominate the couples they feel perfectly embody what love means. Maybe they have a funny story about how they met, or they’ve inspired everyone around them with their long and happy marriage. Perhaps, they’re devoted to their children and need a break, or they’ve faced down great adversity hand-in-hand and made it through to the other side stronger than ever. Whatever it is, we want to hear it?.

If you know a happy couple whose love inspires you every day or who really deserve a romantic break away, we want you to nominate them by sharing their story along with a picture of the loved-up pair on the RT? One Facebook page (publicly or privately), tweet with #LateLateLove or you can send your entries to [email protected]

The winning couple must be available to appear on The Late Late Show Valentine’s Special on Friday, February 12th to share their special story.