Síle Seoige brings baby Cathal to his first All-Ireland final
Baby Cathal may only be a month old but he's already been out supporting his county.
Galway girl Síle Seoige hit Croke Park at the weekend with partner Damien O Fearghaíl to watch her county play Waterford in a thrilling All-Ireland hurling final and their newborn son came along for the big day out.
It turns out that little Cathal might have been a good-luck charm for the tribesmen - they beat Waterford on the day - though the baba appears to have been oblivious to it all as he snoozed in a sling.
Sharing this photo on Facebook, Síle wrote;
"Naff maroon hat : check
Face sore from smiling : check
Magic memories made.
Cathal O Farrell only a month old and in Croke Park on All Ireland hurling final day when Galway won after a 29 year wait.
It was truly amazing to have been there to experience it.
Mommy & Daddy were shattered afterwards but it was so worth the effort! #GaillimhAbú #Bród"
The TV presenter and HerFamily columnist gave birth to Cathal, the couple's first child, at the beginning of August.
Writing in her latest HerFamily column, Síle, who had a drug-free delivery, admitted that the labour was tough but that she had no regrets.
"It can, and luckily in my case, it has been, a massively empowering and positive experience and one I wouldn’t change."
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