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Influencer Louise Cooney responds to speculation she got engaged to boyfriend Mark

The couple went Instagram official earlier this year
Clodagh Meaney

Louise Cooney has responded to speculation that she got engaged to her boyfriend Mark.

The influencer shared an adorable snap of herself and beau as they attended a friend's wedding at the 4-star Hotel Doolin in Co Clare.

“The most wonderful time of year for a wedding,” she captioned the image.

“Lovely dress Louise, did you get engaged?” one person commented, to which Louise responded: “no my love just at a wedding xx”

“Am I missing something – are you getting married this Xmas?” another asked.

“No just at a wedding x,” she replied.

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Earlier this month, the Limerick native revealed that they’re planning on moving in together.

In a YouTube video she shared: “I’m going to view an apartment now. Myself and Mark are going to move in together, which is so exciting.”

“Megan (Louise’s roommate) is going to stay here, I love living with Megan, but it’s an exciting time for us and our relationship that we’re feeling ready to move in together.”

“I’m going to go and view a place now and see what it’s like. I definitely want to stay around where we are, something very similar to what we have is perfect,” she shared.

“But I do need more space – as you can see from my videos I work a lot from my room and there’s stuff everywhere, so it would be great to have my own space to shoot in.”

Speaking about her new boyfriend with Sunday World Magazine back in May, the fashion and lifestyle blogger said: “Up to this point I feel like everything has happened for a reason.

“I am in a relationship which has been amazing and I would never have met him if it wasn’t for the last year.”

“People always say, ‘It happens when you don’t expect it’ and I find that kind of condescending because I still think you need to put yourself out there — if you don’t, it’s going to be hard for you to meet somebody.”

“I think when you’re totally okay by yourself, that’s when it’s a good time to meet someone.

Explaining why she decided to keep her relationship offline despite building a large following on social media, Louise shared: “He is private and he’s just not really into social media and I totally respect that.

“So that’s the decision I made and I couldn’t be happier so why change anything?”

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