Donncha O'Callaghan - Personal Life

Personal Life

O'Callahgan attended the Christian Brothers College, Cork. He is the cousin of the former Cork City F.C. footballer George O'Callaghan.

On December 23, 2009, O'Callaghan married his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Harte, at St. Columba's Church in Douglas, Cork.

In August 2010, O'Callaghan's wife gave birth to their first child, a baby girl called Sophie. The couple welcomed their second daughter, Anna, in September 2012.

O'Callaghan has been an Ambassador for UNICEF Ireland since July 2009 and has made visits to both South Africa and Haiti, with UNICEF.

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