Sam and Briony welcomed a baby girl last month - it's the perfect family home
Soap star Sam Aston and wife Briony recently welcomed their second child - take a look inside the gorgeous house where they are raising son Sonny and daughter Daisy
The video will auto-play soon 8 Cancel Play now Coronation Street actor Sam Aston lives in a rustic cottage in the countryside with his wife Briony and their two adorable kids.Sinn Fein TD Pauline Tully has told how she’s still haunted by the horror attack in which she was stabbed 13 times by her ex-husband Pearse McAuley who walked free from prison yesterday.Expand Roman Protsenko and Valentyn Zelenetskyi fought against Russia in Ukraine.Expand Roman Protsenko and Valentyn Zelenetskyi fought against Russia in Ukraine.
The soap star, who plays Chesney Brown on the cobbles, has been married to yoga instructor Briony since 2019 after seven years of dating.They welcomed their first child, a boy named Sonny, back in 2020.The former Provo had been previously jailed for the killing of Det Garda Jerry McCabe in 1996 – a crime that shocked the country.Last month Briony gave birth to their second child, a baby girl who this week they have revealed is named Daisy Josephine.In a matter of weeks, he had been trained and dispatched to fight in Avdiivka, a city in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region that he calls a “hotspot” in this war.Sam and Briony's cosy country cottage is the perfect place to raise their two children.READ MORE: Violent garda killer Pearse McAuley released from jail after serving seven years for stabbing Sinn Fein TD ex-wife She said: “I’m determined that I and my children will just get on with our lives as normal.The house features stone floors and exposed brick walls but is fitted with plenty of modern and fashionable interiors.He has been receiving treatment from doctors specialising in neuro-ophthalmology at Beaumont Hospital.
The living room boats a striking red leather sofa covered in cushions.“I am determined that my life won’t change, and we’ll get on with our lives and that he will do the same.“Thanks to the Irish doctors, they saved my eyesight,” Zelenetskyi tells The Irish Times through an interpreter at the Ukrainian Crisis Centre in Ireland.There is also a shelving unit filled with personal touches and trinkets, and there is a plant in the background.The kitchen and dining area fits in with the rustic theme, as the family enjoy mealtimes at a stylish wooden table, while the couple's bedroom boats a king-sized bed and a shelf adorned with potted plants.” Ms Tully said it’s hard not to think back to the trauma she suffered that day in her own home.Briony also has plenty of space to practice yoga in the house and often shares snaps of herself in yoga positions..The garden features a wooden patio, lots of plants and green space - perfect for Sonny and Daisy to run around in as they grow older.She added: “I have no control over his actions so I just presume enough time has passed since he was sentenced that he would have moved on in his life as well, and he will be released and get a new life for himself and move on and leave us to our lives..
Take a look at the pictures for yourself in our photo gallery below..” And the Sinn Fein TD for Cavan-Monaghan urged women not to hesitate ringing gardai if they feel threatened.I have an opportunity to go back to the front lines after my rehabilitation..Get the latest RSVP headlines straight to your inbox for free by Sam and Briony are parents to newborn daughter Daisy as well as son Sonny (Image: OK! Magazine).“I want to encourage women to make sure that they have a barring order in place and while they get on with their lives just to be vigilant and not to be afraid to ring the guards if they suspect anything suspicious or feel threatened in any way either verbally, physically or in any other way.
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