The son of a crime boss is dating a stunning glamour model.
Lee Bryne, the son of gangster Liam Byrne, is in a relationship with blonde Instagram influencer Daisey O'Donnell, whom he has declared "the love of my life".
Daisey has more than one million followers on Instagram, where she describes herself as a singer, model and lifestyle influencer, the Irish Mirror reports.
She has built a massive following online as she poses in bikinis and glamorous designer gear in picturesque locations around the world.
Lee, whose dad is the head of Ireland's the Kinahan cartel's criminal operations in the UK and Ireland, posted a picture with the model and said she was "the love of my life".
The pair attended the Creamfields music festival in Daresbury, Cheshire.
Daisey and her family are from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
The model and her sister Ellie both have big social media followings and are known for flaunting their globe-trotting and wearing of expensive clothing.
Lee has also not been shy about showing off his wealth, wearing gold Rolex watches, posing in sports cars and jetting off on luxury holidays with his mates over the years.
Lee has been spending weeks with close pal Nathan Little and pals in Dubai – the same city where exiled crime boss Daniel Kinahan is living.
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But gardai are continuing to hunt Liam Byrne, and are still investigating the activities of the most senior members of the Kinahan cartel, after successfully jailing many of their lieutenants over the past number of years.
His dad Liam remains a top target for policing investigating the activities of the Kinahan cartel and an offshoot gang named in the High Court as the Byrne Organised Crime Group – of which he is at the head.
Liam became Kinahan’s right-hand man in the UK after his brother-in-law, Thomas ‘Bomber’ Kavanagh, was jailed in 2019 for possession of a stun-gun.
He fled Ireland after the Garda Criminal Assets Bureau seized millions of euros of his wealth in 2019, and he is now running operations from his bolthole in the UK.
Liam was named in the Irish High Court as "a close and trusted associate and lieutenant of Daniel Kinahan", the boss of the cartel.
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