Ireland’s Fittest Family’s presenter Mairead Ronan has shared some gorgeous family pictures from their trip to New York.
Mairead took to Instagram to share a carousel of snaps from their family holiday, an unusual occurrence for the mother of three who values her privacy and rarely shares her family life online.
The first photo was of her and her family, husband Louis and daughters Eliza and Bonnie.
The second a photo of the young girls in front of an American Girl photo, an American store that sells dolls that share the same features as you whether blue or green eyes, dark or blonde hair even curly or straight hair.
Mairead shared many more pictures of her girls enjoying everything the wondrous city has to offer including the Empire State Building, the Staten Island ferry for an incredible view of the Statue of Liberty.
She included a picture of the girls holding their newly purchased American Girl dolls and a figurine of the Statue of Liberty.
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The RTE star captioned the post: “NYC with the family (minus the teenager). DEFINITELY a different experience with the kids. It was the most ‘touristy’ trip I’ve done there because the girls were mad to see the Empire State Building and Lady Liberty. Funny, in the city that never sleeps we were all in bed by 9. The only shopping we did was in the American Girl Doll store which is a total joy…. Until you get to the till to pay.”
Fans and friends alike rushed to the comments section to leave messages of love for the family with one saying: “so cute”, and another saying: “Great memories. Fab pictures”.
The well deserved break with her family comes after Mairead’s new podcast venture with her pal of twenty years Jenny Kelly. The friendship runs so deep that the pair chose to use a picture of them from 2004 for their show.
The weekly podcast show, Jenny and Mairead Now, hopes to attract an audience of women in their 40s and 50s.
Despite having a love for radio Mairead says she has no regrets packing in her presenting gig at TodayFM back in 2021after a fulfilling 2 years behind the mic.
She told the Irish Independent that: “It was 1000 percent the best decision to make – if I had been able, I would’ve turned cartwheels leaving the studio for the last time”.