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Influencer Rosie Connolly moves into 'dream home' with husband and kids

The influencer said she was more emotional moving into her “dream home” than she thought she would be after renting for years.

Rosie Connolly and her husband Paul outside their new house

Neasa Cumiskey

Rosie Connolly has revealed that she is now a proud homeowner as she and her husband Paul Quinn have bought a house.

The influencer said she was more emotional moving into her “dream home” than she thought she would be after renting for years.

Announcing the big news with a photoshoot of the whole family outside the house’s front steps, Rosie wrote: “What an end to an incredible year… months and months chasing our dream home and WE DID IT!

“I never knew the emotional rollercoaster involved in buying your first home, more tears have been shed in the last six months than I care to even admit but it’s all worth it.

“Here’s to new beginnings and many happy memories made together as a family. Now to figure out a house move a week before Xmas #FirstHome #ForeverHome #Milestones”

She added: "All the hard work and stress was worth it for these three little faces... Many years of happiness under this roof I hope."

Fashion blogger: Rosie Connolly-Quinn

Rosie’s friends and followers flocked to the comments section to congratulate the new homeowner.

Bonnie Ryan wrote: “MASSIVE congratulations!! So happy for you my love.”

Fellow influencer Louise Cooney said: “Yayyyy finally, the best day!!! So well deserved.”

While Pippa O’Connor chimed in: “Congratulations I hope it brings you many happy years xx” and blogger Lisa Jordan added: “I’m so proud of you xxx can’t wait for the housewarming.”

Rosie hopped on to her Instagram Stories to thanks everyone for their well wishes.

"It's been an absolute killer trying to keep this to ourselves all year... months and months of ups and downs...

"I can't tell you how proud I feel of both of us - the best feeling!

"Now... who's ready for interiors. We've a mental December ahead getting settled in but I can't wait to share this next chapter with you all."

Rosie previously admitted that she makes a good living as an influencer through brand deals and ads.

Speaking to RSVP Magazine, she said: “Yes, I do, but you get back what you put into it.

“The harder you work the more jobs come your way. I have put in four hard years to build up my followers and it is all about relationships – if you work well with a company they will come back to you.

“The figures speak for themselves, so once you are professional and do the job to your best ability then the work keeps going.”

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