Suzanne Jackson relocates to Portugal with husband Dylan 5 months ago

Suzanne Jackson relocates to Portugal with husband Dylan

The makeup mogul made the move recently.

Suzanne Jackson, of SoSueMe fame, has officially moved to Portugal.

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The Dublin businesswoman announced the move over on her Instagram Stories today, stating that she and her husband Dylan had made the decision to relocate.

"Hi guys," she began, "Happy Monday. I wanted to let you all know that myself and Dylan have decided to go ahead with our decision to relocate to Portugal.

"We have taken all necessary precautions to get here safely and will continue to follow Portuguese Covid guidelines and restrictions while we're here. I'll be on soon for a catch up. Sue x."

Suzanne and Dylan married in Skerries Co Dublin in the summer of 2017. The couple met almost a decade ago through a mutual friend and have been in a relationship since.

They bought their €1.8 million Malahide mansion in summer of 2018, later moving in that October on Suzanne's birthday.

Suzanne launched her lifestyle blog, SoSueMe.ie, in 2010. She enjoyed huge success through her blogging working with some major brands including L'Óreal and Rimmel, before later launching her own brand, SOSU by Suzanne Jackson.

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The 34-year-old made headlines in recent months following a controversy between her brand and Keilidh Cashell (Keilidh MUA), after she received much criticism for re-releasing an eyeshadow palette created alongside Cashell, without crediting her.

Jackson and Cashell had collaborated in 2018 on the Urban Bible Palette, which was re-released due to popular demand. Cashell's name, however, had been removed from the packaging - a point that Jackson said at the time was due to Cashell's expired contract.

"We would like to address that we in no way intended to discredit Keilidh and the creativity that she contributed to this palette," she said at the time.

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"It did not make sense to re-package and rename the product. We truly believed that keeping the palette in its original form was a testament to Keilidh and the demand she had created for this product. Of course, as we were outside the contract, however, we could not print her name on the product.

"Saying this, what we would like to apologise for, is not communicating to Keilidh our intentions to bring the palette back to the market. This was a missed step on our behalf and for that, we apologise."