Not many women would be able to squeeze into their wedding dress some 18 years after the big day.
Unsurprisingly, Lorraine Keane is one of the lucky few who managed to maintain her enviable figure over the years, and even managed to look better than ever in her antique ivory gown made by Spanish designer Jesus Perio.
The dress features a Spanish lace bodice with a French sleeve length and a silk skirt finished with a scalloped edge, and can now be found in Oxfam!
The presenter donned the dress as part of a new campaign for Oxfam Bridal rooms in Dublin and Bangor, which stock a range of wedding dresses from vintage to pre-loved designer.
Lorraine said: “Your wedding day is a time to celebrate love, happiness and a future together.
Lorrain and her husband Peter Devlin have been together for 21 years, and married for 18, and now share two stunning daughters, Emelia, 17, and Romy, 14.
She added: “For many couples, incorporating some sustainable elements or charitable giving into their special day is becoming more popular.
“It’s a great way to have a positive impact on the future of others while you celebrate your love and commitment to that special someone in your life.
“You also don’t have to spend a fortune to look a million dollars. By booking an appointment with Oxfam Bridal today you can browse and try on a selection of beautiful brand new and pre-loved wedding dresses – including my own, which I just donated to Oxfam!
“From vintage to the occasional designer gown, Oxfam’s dedicated Bridal Rooms in Dublin and Bangor stock all styles and sizes – a selection of which are currently on display at the Frascati Centre in Blackrock – as well a range of bridal accessories and bridesmaids’ dresses.
“And, the extra bonus is, by supporting Oxfam, your big day creates a brighter future for people living with the injustice of poverty.”