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Ryan Tubridy and Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin release statement confirming split

The couple are “no longer together”.

The pair pictured at the launch of Tubridy's book about JFK.
The pair pictured at the launch of Tubridy's book about JFK.
Image: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

BROADCASTER RYAN TUBRIDY and academic Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin have split up according to a statement released by their management company.

The pair who have been a couple for over five years are “no longer together” according to Noel Kelly of NK Management.

Ní Shúilleabhain is a lecturer in mathematics in UCD and this week completed a PhD in Mathematics Education.

The statement from the management company says that the pair will remain friends and have asked for privacy.

“There will be no further comment on this personal matter,” the statement added.

Tubridy will this evening host the final Late Late Show of this year with Hozier and Take That to perform. Actor Aidan Gillen will also appear to discuss the upcoming TV mini-series about Charlie Haughey.

Read: Ryan Tubridy’s expert piano miming was the funniest moment of the Late Late >

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