Orla Bishop and Paul Illien from Galway have been together for just over 18 months. They have a beautiful daughter together call Hayley. Orla really wants to get married so that they are a proper unit. Paul, meanwhile, is so laid back he's horizontal. Orla doesn't want the traditional wedding... so Paul, for the purposes of TV, decides to take her at her word in an extreme manner, so he visits a former sheep shed and a building site. The first job on Paul's list is to buy his wife to be a pair of shoes for her wedding day - his preference is a pair of boots - wellies, to be precise. His preferred ceremony location is on the side of a hill. Hence why they all look freezing.
Don't Tell The Bride. RTE2: 9.30pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:56 | Thursday 17th January 2013 | TV Highlights
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