Kellie Harrington and his new wife Mandy Loughlin have bought their first home together to continue a brilliant few days for the couple.
Their last stage of life was revealed in a Facebook post by DNG Fairview Estate Agents.
It read: ‘Our Senior Negotiator Rachel Cunningham, DNG Fairview is delighted today to hand over the keys to the wonderful Kellie Harrington and wishes her all the best in her new home!’
Kellie and Mandy just tied the knot in recent days after sharing a small collection of photos from their big day with followers on social media.
They met in 2009 when Foxrock native Mandy was also competing on the Irish boxing circuit and has been a fixture ever since.
Their new home together is just up the road from Kellie’s hometown of Portland Row.
The pair stunned in white long-sleeved dresses on Friday and were pictured cutting their cake in a photo posted by Soda Blonde singer Faye O’Rourke on Instagram.
During a media event with SPAR on Tuesday, Kellie described it as an “amazing day”.
She beamed, “”It’s been a damn amazing day. We had the best day of my life. We had great weather and had close friends and family there.
“Yeah, it couldn’t have gone better. Other than that, I keep it private!
Harrington also shared a photo of them with their pet dogs on Twitter yesterday and wrote: ‘In a world where you can be anything, just be yourself. 8-4-2022’.
When asked if the dogs were well behaved on the wedding day, Kellie smiled, “You know, they were awesome. Weren’t they beautiful? They were absolutely awesome.
“Those three wouldn’t be a special occasion if we didn’t have them with us. They’re part of the family.”
With the honeymoon on hold, Harrington is getting back to work ahead of the world championships in Istanbul next month.
“I’m not saying I’m not exhausted or anything, but I kept training,” she said. “I ate all around me. That’s the only thing.
“I’ve continued to train and enjoy my food. But I’ve started to tone it down now with food.
“So focus, focus, focus on what’s really ahead of me.”
Having struggled early on after returning to training so quickly after the Olympics, the 31-year-old was thrilled to win gold at the international tournament in Strandja in February.
“I guess I’ve been there twice already and failed twice,” she said.
“This year it was almost like a mini-world championship, like there was a very tough competition.
“It was tough, like. I was boxing world-class girls and I boxed three new opponents.
“I’m always emotional when I win and when I lose.
“You just don’t see the tears because the media isn’t really there when you lose, it’s only everywhere when you win.
“I’m emotional either way, whether I win or lose.”
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