Louise Duffy has admitted that she should have been more supportive of husband Paul Galvin’s career.
The Kerry native was played GAA professionally from 1998 to 2015 and represented Ireland in the 2004 International Rules Series.
“I might have had times when I felt I should be more supportive, because so many of the wives are, and it becomes their lives too, and then it means so much to the whole family,” she said.
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The Today FM star revealed that she did show her support by travelling from Dublin to Kerry every weekend to be with him.
“But I always appreciated that it’s a huge undertaking for the county players,” she told the Irish Independent.
“They give all their time, and I suppose that means the partner does too.
“But Paul was always in Kerry in those days and I was in Dublin, and my way of being supportive was going down every weekend, and so those early days were a juggle of him doing his thing and me doing mine.”
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The Mayo native also admitted that her hubby was not her obvious choice but “things happen” as the pair have been married since 2015.
“He was so into GAA, and that was a world I knew nothing about.
“I didn’t know him or anything about him when I met him,” she added.
“My family is into music and my brothers are into sailing and surfing, and so he probably wasn’t an obvious one for me to go for; but these things happen.”