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Westlife Star to Wed in Barbados Luxury

TravelCounsellors Westlife heart-throb Kian Egan has revealed he will wed fiancée Jodi Albert in the beautiful island of Barbados. The wedding abroad is going to be an extravagant and expensive affair, with some sources predicting a €1 million price tag.

Barbados, traditionally one of the top honeymoon destinations, will play host to one of the most exclusive weddings of the year. The date for the wedding has been set for 8 May 2009.

Although nothing has been officially confirmed, rumours are that the couple will take their vows on the western coast of the Caribbean destination with a lavish reception at the Sandy Lane resort.

The couple decided on the Caribbean during a luxury holiday in Barbados in April last year.

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