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Move over Meghan and Harry, there's a new engagement portrait that might have taken a little bit of inspo from yours.

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra have just posed for their first official engagement photo, courtesy of Ralph Lauren's Instagram.

The couple, who announced they were to marry last month, attended the Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary Show during New York Fashion Week.

Alex Lubomirski snapped the glam pair at the black-tie event – and this isn't the first time he has done so.

Alex was actually the man behind the lens for Harry and Meghan's engagement shoot last year.

Both images show Meghan and Priyanka leaning into their fiancés, with their beautiful engagement rings glittering. 

Many fans were quick to comment on the stunning picture, with one writing, ''he's sooo proud to be with her. He looks like the cat that got the cream,'' while another said, ''they are so cute together!! Good for them.''

While Nick and Priyanka put their own spin on the Royal couple's pose, who do you think did it better?

While we love Nick and Priyanka, our hearts will always flock to the OG – Haz and Meghan. 


Two Irish brothers have just created the most amazing mosaic of Conor McGregor – and it's made entirely out of Lego.

The incredible piece of art measures just under four feet by four feet and took approximately two months to complete.

Jay and Mark Byrne are big fans of both Lego and McGregor and thought, hey, why don't we put our interests to good use.

Mark told the Irish Mirror, "We're fans of McGregor and big fans of Lego so we thought we would combine the two together and make this.

"We had to design it on the computer so between that and actually making it it took us between two and two and a half months.

"The computer design took about a week and then the Lego part there is about 300 hours in it, myself and Jay had to make time with work and everything.

Image: irishmirror.ie

The pair are part of the adult Lego group, Brick.ie, and say that even though the project was a costly one to undertake, it was all worth when they saw the end result.

“There was well over €2,000 worth of Lego in it, it's a very expensive hobby.”

The brothers have said they would be willing to sell the piece if the offer is right, adding that Conor would be more than welcome to place a bid of his own. 

"I wasn't planning on it but if I was offered enough money I would sell it definitely."

"If McGregor got that chequebook out he would be more than welcome to it."

The mosaic will be on show at Kildare County Show in Athy on June 18.

And who knows, maybe The Notorious himself will even pop down for a look?  

Feature image: irishmirror.ie


Just when you though Ed Sheeran couldn’t get any more famous, his face is now set to grace the walls of the National Portrait Gallery in London.

Belfast-based artist, Colin Davidson, created the oil painting in 2015 after a chance encounter with Ed’s dad – who just so happens to be an art historian and curator.

The singer’s father, John Sheeran, suggested that Ed sit for the 4ft by 4ft canvas painting.

Sure, Ed is used to posing for photos and talking selfies with fans, but sitting for an oil painting is a totally different ball game.

However, according to Smooth Radio, Ed actually enjoyed taking time out from his busy schedule to sit for the painting.

Colin, who has also painted Brad Pitt and Kenneth Branagh, seemed to enjoy the process as well saying “It has been a true privilege to get to know Ed and his family.”

“It is my hope that this new portrait offers an alternative insight, one which allows the viewer to glimpse the source of Ed’s unique creativity.”

The portrait will be displayed in the National Portrait Gallery from Wednesday May 3.

Ed will join the likes of Paul McCartney and Oscar Wilde who also have portraits hung in the gallery. 


Now that is impressive!

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