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Very blessed Aoibhín Garrihy reveals she is due to give birth to third child in 'few days time'

Aoibhín, who is best known for playing Nessa Dillon in the RTÉ soap, and her husband John Burke already have two daughters together – Hanorah (3) and Líobhán (1)

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Aoibhin Garrihy and her two daughters. Photo: Aoibhin Garrihy/Instagram

Aoibhin Garrihy and her two daughters. Photo: Aoibhin Garrihy/Instagram

Aoibhin Garrihy and her two daughters. Photo: Aoibhin Garrihy/Instagram

Former Fair City star Aoibhín Garrihy has said that she is due to give birth to her third child “in a few days' time.”

Aoibhín, who is best known for playing Nessa Dillon in the RTÉ soap, and her husband John Burke already have two daughters together – Hanorah (3) and Líobhán (1).

The wellness influencer is due to give birth any day now and said that she feels “very blessed” to be welcoming a third child into their family.

Speaking to the Irish Sun, she said: “I'm pretty much due now so, it’s a waiting game! And all has been good so far, we're so lucky.

“But it's busy! I have the two girls that are keeping us on our toes and third time around, you think it gets easier but actually I’m in the latter stages and probably with the heat over the last few weeks I'm done now! It's all part of it but I feel very blessed.

“And to have them so close [in age]. I'm one of three and John is one of three so it's always been the magic number.

“I had it in my head that if we were lucky enough to have three [we would]. It's certainly a lot of work but it's great fun.”

Although Aoibhín and John know the baby’s gender, they will remain tight-lipped until the baby is born like they did with their other daughters.

“All will be revealed in a few days time hopefully! Soon it'll be the constant feeds and up all night,” the Dubliner shared.

“And, despite the fact Liobhan is only a year and a half you forget so quickly what having a newborn is like!

“I'm back to packing the hospital bag and I'm like, ‘What do you bring again?’ and ‘Oh my God, is that really the size of the nappies they're so tiny!’

“We're all set now. We’d want to be, it's literally almost D-Day now!” she laughed.

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