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Tiff love Tiffany Stanley reveals plans for 2021 wedding as she moves into new $1.3m home

"It's very beautiful and tranquil to live in the hills, quiet and scenic - there's lots of wildlife activity, coyotes, snakes, deer and many creatures have been spotted in our garden. I love living close to nature."

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Tiffany has just bought a new pad in the Hollywood hills

Tiffany has just bought a new pad in the Hollywood hills

Tiffany has just bought a new pad in the Hollywood hills

Irish model Tiffany Stanley has finally realised her Californian dream - by buying a house in the Hollywood hills.

The Kildare beauty, who left Ireland for Los Angeles seven years ago, has moved into the swanky new pad with her hunky partner Garret Thomas.

"Niall Horan and Halle Berry are my neighbours," beams Tiffany (32). "Myself and Garrett have just bought the house, which is valued at $1.3 million.

"It took years but we really worked hard and saved up to get this. It's about five minutes from the Hollywood sign.

"It's very beautiful and tranquil to live in the hills, quiet and scenic - there's lots of wildlife activity, coyotes, snakes, deer and many creatures have been spotted in our garden. I love living close to nature."

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Tiffany and her partner Garrett hope to get married next year

Tiffany and her partner Garrett hope to get married next year

Tiffany and her partner Garrett hope to get married next year

The blonde bombshell admits she is loving living the Californian dream.

"Living here has been a dream of mine since I was 19 years old, working on the checkouts in Tesco for €8 an hour," she chuckles.

Garrett (33), who is half Filipino and half American, is a digital growth entrepreneur. He is also involved in running the company chasingheadlines.com.

Tiffany has been dating the Texan tech entrepreneur for the past four years, having met through mutual friends.

"We plan to get engaged soon and hope to get married next year, once the Covid situation calms down," she reveals. "For now it's just the new house part!"

As well as modelling, Tiffany also acts and has secured several roles in movies and videos.

She has featured in the pages of FHM and Maxim and partied at the Playboy Mansion, saying her look is more suited to the US than Ireland.

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A peek into the inside of Tiffany’s new home in the Hollywood Hills

A peek into the inside of Tiffany’s new home in the Hollywood Hills

A peek into the inside of Tiffany’s new home in the Hollywood Hills

A peek into the inside of Tiffany’s new home in the Hollywood Hills

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A peek into the inside of Tiffany’s new home in the Hollywood Hills

"Last year was really tough for me, losing my mom and grandparents within eight months of each other," Tiffany reflects.

"But things are starting to get better now, despite the crazy LA Covid lockdowns."

Tiffany lost her mother Sharon (58) to melanoma in November last year, and urges everyone to protect themselves against skin cancer.

The babe, who was runner-up to Roz Purcell in the Miss Universe Ireland pageant in 2010, has also been concentrating on online activities.

"These days I'm really busy with work as an influencer and blogger," she says. "I promote wellness and beauty on my site empathicbeauty.com and it's been a real hit."

She is also involved in other ventures such as the subscription-based site Only Fans, where users pay influencers to see images of them in sexy poses, lingerie or naked.

"I set up an Only Fans site recently. Lots of celebrities, such as Bella Thorne, Michael B Jordan, are now on it, so I thought why not," she smiles.

Tiffany also hopes to get home next year.

"I hope to spend more time in Ireland and live there 50 per cent of the time, going back and forth," she says.

"Right now I can't fly back for Christmas due to travel restrictions. I miss Ireland and want to be there for my younger siblings."

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