No more bikini snaps: Has selfie queen Georgia QUIT social media?


Her wedding to Joe Penna was one of the most anticipated society weddings of the year, but Irish model Georgia Salpa has dropped off the radar somewhat since tying the knot.

Usually a social media addict, Georgia has barely posted to Instagram or Twitter over the last couple of months – and certainly she has shied away from sharing any personal snaps.

With 370,000 followers on Instagram and 275,000 on Twitter, the Irish it-girl would have posted daily at her peak, updating fans with pictures of her bikini-clad curves, or snaps of her maltipoo and maltese, Bernie and Coco.

Gone are the days when we'd open the paper to be greeted by a snap of Georgia standing in a bikini on Grafton St, and recently we've come to miss her in our social media feeds too.

Doing the maths, it's been five weeks since Georgia posted anything new to Instagram – though she did share a throwback photo two weeks ago and repost a friend's picture today.

As for Twitter, aside from a promotional tweet last week for her friend's company last week, the curvaceous model has been silent online since mid-October.

The newlywed model kept fans updated throughout her honeymoon in May and June, which saw herself and Joe visiting San Diego and Bora Bora, but has wound down on social media over the last couple of months.

Perhaps it's an effort to keep her life as the new Mrs. Penna under wraps – certainly, the couple shunned any magazine deals for their Portofino wedding in May, preferring instead to keep all photos private between themselves and their guests.

And while she has not spoken much about married life in recent months, Georgia did reveal last year that starting a family was definitely part of her plan.

"In the future, I really want to have children. Of course it’s something I think about. I think most girls think about babies," she admitted last year.

"Kids are something I definitely want."

Whatever the reason for Georgia's absence, we hope she returns to social media soon – we're missing our daily dose of body envy.