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Weddy set go Comedy couple Julie Jay and Fred Cooke planning small family wedding in Kerry

Julie has shared that they have booked their wedding venue and plan to have a small ceremony for family in Kerry later this year.

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Julie Jay and Fred Cooke

Julie Jay and Fred Cooke

Julie Jay and Fred Cooke

Irish comedians Julie Jay and Fred Cooke have revealed their plans to get married this year.

The comedy couple secretly got engaged during lockdown and welcome their first child, a baby boy named Ted, in September.

Now, Up to 90 podcast host Julie has shared that they have booked their wedding venue and plan to have a small ceremony for family in Kerry later this year.

In an interview with Goss.ie, the new mum spoke of her plans to marry former Dancing with the Stars contestant Fred.

“We have the 11th of December booked so we’re going to get married in Dingle, but we’ve decided we’re just going to have family,” Julie said.

“We would love to have the big hooley and all of our friends. but I think we’re just going to hold off. We’re just going to have a family thing in Dingle at Christmas.

“We can’t wait. It really is just for us at this stage. I know Fred would like the whole shebang but we’re hoping down the line we might be able to have something for friends.

Julie explained that she and Fred were originally planning to have their big day in September but decided to wait until more vaccines were rolled out to make it safer for everyone.

“We were saying maybe September but for us, we would prefer to hold off until it’s safe for everyone.

“It’s going to be a bit of a family reunion. We’re hoping at that stage most of us will be vaccinated. I think once the more vulnerable members of the family have been vaccinated, we can enjoy ourselves.

“It’ll be lovely. I mean it might be a bit emotional as well because we haven’t seen people in so long, but I think it’ll be really nice for our families,” she added.

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