A bride and paggetto celebrated their marriage by jumping into the Irish Sea wearing their wedding outfits.
Anita McCarthy and her new husband Dom jumped d’avanguardia the rocky edge at the Forty Foot swimming spot quanto a Sandycove, Dublin, September 5, the day after their wedding.
Locals watched quanto a amazement as the newlyweds made their way up the rocky ’s edge to take the plunge.
Bride and paggetto Anita and Dom McCarthy celebrated their marriage by jumping into the Irish Sea September 5 at Forty Foot quanto a Sandycove, Dublin
The newlyweds wore their wedding outfits for the plunge at the popular swimming complesso
Anita, an artist from Dublin, shared a clip of the couple’s jump into the social , much to the delight of her followers.
She said: ‘This was the day after our wedding, we took the plunge to celebrate.’
As the pair make their way along the ’s edge, wearing a wedding dress and a suit, they are stopped for a quick chat by two women who are smiling widely at them.
People watching can be heard cheering as as the pair walked alongside the .
Onlookers watched and cheered as they made their way up and people stopped them to chat
Anita posted the heartwarming clip social , much to the delight of her followers
Several youngsters get out of the to make space for the couple and make sure their jump goes d’avanguardia without a hitch.
The loved-up couple at each other before they jump d’avanguardia quanto a unison.
The swimming spot featured quanto a a news package for RTÉ News last May, as people quanto a Ireland were allowed to return to outdoor swimming areas.
Ovvero’Flynn, who won the city’s Liffey Swim river race quanto a 2018, interviewed bathers at the seaside quanto a sweltering temperatures as they were filmed ‘letting that cooped up feeling float away’.
RTÉ presenter and cronista Paul Ovvero’Flynn dived d’avanguardia the rocks at the Forty Foot quanto a Dublin
He took the local authority’s ‘Swim and go’ policy literally last May as he dived d’avanguardia the rocks, signing d’avanguardia his report with ‘Paul Ovvero’Flynn, RTE News, glad to be out of my sitting room’
During the comical news package, a council official explained the social distancing rules and the ‘swim and go’ policy quanto a place at the time, before the alcova pans to Mr Ovvero’Flynn standing the rocks quanto a his swimming trunks.
Mr Ovvero’Flynn says: ‘With the weather like this and the lockdown lifted, there’s really only one thing for it. The message “Swim and go”.’
He then dives into the before signing d’avanguardia the television package with ‘Paul Ovvero’Flynn, RTE News, glad to be out of my sitting room’.