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27th May 2024

Ryan Tubridy shares snap of ‘most beautiful place in the world’ upon Ireland return

Simon Kelly

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We can’t argue with that.

Ryan Tubridy has shared some pictures of what he considers ‘the most beautiful place in the world’ as he returned to Ireland this week.

The former Late Late Show host has been living in London since he started his Virgin Radio slot in January this year.

Upon his return to his native country, the 50-year-old travelled to the west of Ireland to Connemara.

Writing on his Instagram story, Tubridy said: “Connemara dreamin. The most beautiful place in the world!”

Ryan Tubridy shares snap of ‘most beautiful place in the world’ upon Ireland return

Tubridy’s final destination on his trip to Galway was the Abbeyglen Castle in Clifden, owned by his cousin Brian Hughes, where he also shared some snaps of some packages waiting for his arrival.

“From The Devonshire in Soho to The Abbeyglen in Clifden. I’m easily found,” he said.

“Among the post… a cushion cover, bookmark and kindness.”

Ryan Tubridy Instagram story
Ryan Tubridy on Instagram

Tubs was making the most of the UK bank holiday Monday by visiting his home country for a quick trip.

The former RTÉ man usually presents the 10 am to 1 pm slot on Virgin Radio each weekday, a show which is also broadcast on Dublin’s Q102.

Tubridy recently announced his new project, a podcast titled The Bookshelf with Ryan Tubridy, which launched in April.

So far, the presenter has had guests on the show including David Walliams, Cecelia Ahern and Marian Keyes.

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