Just 10 days to go! Brian McFadden and fiance Vogue Williams run some wedding errands in Dublin ahead of Italy nuptials
08:48 GMT, 23 August 2012
They've spent the past few weeks at home in their native Ireland in preparation of their upcoming nuptials.
So with less than a fortnight to go before they tie the knot in Italy, Brian McFadden and fiance Vogue Williams still appear to have a lot to do.
The couple, who live in Australia, were spotted shopping in Dublin's famous shopping district Grafton Street on Wednesday.
So excited: Irish singer Brian McFadden and his fiancee Vogue Williams do some wedding shopping in Grafton Street, Dublin on Wednesday
Reality TV star Vogue, 26, looked in good shape and tanned all ready for her big day, which is rumoured to be costing .
The couple were spotted in various stores, including Monsoon, as they bought things for their wedding on September 2.
Former Westlife singer Brian, 32, and Vogue will tie the knot in front of 100 guests at the Medieval Castello Di Vincigliata in Florence, with his daughters Molly, 10, and Lilly-Sue, nine, from his first marriage to Kerry Katona in attendance.
This time in two weeks, we'll be married: The couple looked in good spirits as they spent time together ahead of their nuptials
On Tuesday, Vogue tweeted she had picked up the bridesmaid dresses and has also admitted she's been hitting the gym most days to look her best on the day.
Brian met Vogue in a Letterkenny nightclub in May 2011 – just a month after ending his engagement with Australian singer Delta Goodrem.
And after just eight months together, they announced their engagement in January this year.
Williams became famous in her native Ireland due to the reality TV show Fade Street, about a group of four twentysomething women living in Dublin and inspired by The Hills.
Leggy: The model and DJ has been hitting the gym to get in shape for her big day
In an interview earlier this month, former Neighbours star Delta gave her blessing to her ex on his marriage plans.
She said: 'I only wish him the best. There’s nothing more to talk about when it comes to that chapter. It’s in the past. Keep your head high and be dignified.'
And in an interview with Vogue Australia, she admitted she wanted to end her seven year romance for quite some time.
She explained: 'There is so much I’d like to say. I was really unhappy and I didn’t know how to get out. I learnt. I got there in the end.'
What a gent: After it started raining, Brian gave his future wife his fiance to protect her glossy hair