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Ex-Apollo House homeless couple to tie the knot

Tuesday, 14th February, 2017 4:31pm
Ex-Apollo House homeless couple to tie the knot

Mark Seenan and Cheryl Murphy. PHOTO: PATRICK O'LEARY

Ex-Apollo House homeless couple to tie the knot

Mark Seenan and Cheryl Murphy. PHOTO: PATRICK O'LEARY

THIS couple are living proof that love can conquer all.

Cheryl Murphy (24) and Mark Seenan(25) have been together for five years and have survived some of the toughest journeys a couple can face as a result of being homeless.

But love has helped them steer past every obstacle. The former Apollo House residents are now happy to have a safe place to live in Fr McVerry's house for the next while. 

On Christmas Day, Mark proposed to Cheryl and today he took her to the Botanical Gardens to give her a gift of millions of flowers!

The couple planning a wedding for July 1 this year and even though they have very little, they are not giving up on the notion that miracles can happen.

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