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Lovely Ladies Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan shares rare snap of wife and baby girl

The former sportsman and his wife Keira Doyle welcomed their third child, a little girl called Aifric, in June of last year.

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Bernard shared a photo of his wife Keira and their baby girl Aifric

Bernard shared a photo of his wife Keira and their baby girl Aifric

Bernard shared a photo of his wife Keira and their baby girl Aifric

Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan has shared a rare social media snap of his wife and baby daughter.

The former sportsman and his wife Keira Doyle welcomed their third child, a little girl called Aifric, in June of last year.

The couple are already parents to twin boys Donagh and Keadan, who they welcomed in July 2018.

Now, Bernard has paid tribute to the two most important ladies in his life with a sweet Instagram post.

He shared a photo of Keira looking ever-so-serious as she watches a GAA game from the sidelines with baby Aifric sitting in a sling at her chest.

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Bernard Brogan pictured with his wife Keira, their twin sons Donagh and Keadan and new baby girl Aifric

Bernard Brogan pictured with his wife Keira, their twin sons Donagh and Keadan and new baby girl Aifric

Bernard Brogan pictured with his wife Keira, their twin sons Donagh and Keadan and new baby girl Aifric

Captioning the post, Bernard tagged his wife and wrote: “The two lovely ladies in my life, happy Valentines! X”

Bernard announced the birth of his little girl last summer with a heartwarming Instagram post.

The former Dublin football star shared a photo on his profile of him cradling his newborn daughter, who was born at the Rotunda Hospital.

“So grateful for our beautiful baby Aifric! Thanks you @keekib22 for our amazing family and to @rotundahospital for minding both so well! #blessed,” he said.

Bernard and Keira tied the knot in Co Kilkenny in December 2016.

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The forward ace and seven time All Ireland winner retired from the Dublin senior football team in 2019.

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