Vicky Phelan spends night in Dublin with 'most important women' in her life 5 months ago

Vicky Phelan spends night in Dublin with 'most important women' in her life

She deserves it.

Vicky Phelan has not been taking life for granted and has been making the most of her time as she has been constantly spending time with friends and family.

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Sharing some snaps of her latest outing on Instagram, showing off a girls night away she had in Dublin.

After spending a weekend away in Galway with her two children, she started off her week by meeting Charlie Bird after his touching Late Late Show interview.

After meeting the RTE journalist, she took some time out to spend with the "most important women in her life", heading to Dublin with her daughter Amelia, mum Gaby and sister Lyndsey for a night on the town.

 

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Posting the snaps from her trip on Instagram, Vicky revealed she had a "whirlwind 24 hours" while she made some "wonderful memories."

Vicky and her gals stayed at the Radisson Blu hotel in Dublin in the new two-bedroom Castle Suite apartment, thanking the staff for going a step further with special touches.

She was given "fluffy socks and hot water bottles on our beds and personalised Christmas mugs for each of us'. Vicky said: 'We were absolutely blown away by the warm welcome that we received."

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Enjoying her time in Dublin, Vicky admitted she "did some damage on Grafton Street, mainly in Dubray Books and Brown Thomas," and we can't blame her.

Vicky is currently undergoing palliative care for her cancer, making the most of her time by going to Dublin Zoo for the wild lights with her children in November as well as speaking about her situation on the Late Late Show the previous week.

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She also headed to Galway with her family as they headed to see the sights of the city as well as a trip to the Christmas Market.

Vicky arrived home from America at the start of November and revealed she had stopped her cancer treatment.