SILE


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SILEShanghai Institute of Law and Economics (China)
SiLESign Language Engineering
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Sile and her famous sister Grainne have both been nominated for Ireland's Most Stylish Woman award at the VIP Style Awards bash at the end of the month.
And Sile, 29, showed no signs of being unhappy about it as the pair arrived at Lillie's Bordello on St Patrick's night.
And Sile - who was previously married for three years to production manager Glen Mulcahy - believes it's "true" you can lose yourself in a relationship.
Sile, who is in remission from the illness, added: "I felt instinctively that I was going to beat it, I really did.
Sile is now in remission and is getting her life back on track after beating the disease.
Producer Clodagh Freeman said: "We think Sile will raise the show's profile, we're delighted.
Sile revealed she feels her Newstalk show is like therapy at the moment but hates the fact people can see her on station webcams.
Asked how she was feeling, upbeat Sile told the Irish Daily Mirror: "I'm doing really good.
YOU would never guess from these pictures - but stunning TG4 star Sile Ni Bhraonain is camera SHY.
CALL the police - gorgeous TV presenter Sile Seoige has revealed her new man has stolen her heart.
For the fifth day running, lovely ladies were out in force and broadcaster Sile Seoige led the pack with a burgundy dress, complete with black court heels.
In previous years we have been to Manchester and Coventry and for this week's programme we also visited London, Leeds and Birminghambut out of all of them this is where we felt the Irish essence most of all," said Marian Malone, a co-presenter and interviewer, with Sile Seoige, of Pobal, which is Gaelic for "Community".