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Rob Kearney confesses that he and Jess Reddan don’t live together

Rob Kearney confesses that he and Jess Reddan don’t live together- he lives with his brother Dave.

The Irish rugby star isn’t rushing into anything with the stunning blonde model.

Via VIP Ireland

Kearney admits there are no plans on the horizon to make the next relationship step.

Speaking exclusively to RSVP Magazine, he said: “We are not living together. There are no plans at the moment to live together. I am living with my brother Dave.

“We have been living together for five years. He is unbelievably chilled and he is very easy to live with.”

Jamie Heaslip & Sheena O’Buachalla Wedding at the University Church beside St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, Ireland – 13.08.16. Pictures: G. McDonnell / Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM

Cool as can be, Rob doesn’t feel under pressure being with his girlfriend in the public eye.

“I am a rugby player – a sports person – and that’s the only reason we may be in the media. I would never say anything outside of that,” he says.

Rob Kearney

He is currently nursing an injury, meaning that he missed the British and Irish Lions Tour to New Zealand this summer, and he is now thinking about hanging up his boots.

“I am not getting any younger. I like to think I have another three or four seasons left to play.

“You can pick up an injury and you might not get to play again.

“It is always something to think about but, hopefully, it is not in the too-near future,” continues Rob.

Ireland Rugby players seen coming and going at The Shelbourne Hotel ahead of this weekend’s game against Wales, Dublin, Ireland – 28.08.15. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM

And what would be the next step for the Louth man? Punditry of course.

Rob is eager to stay involved in the sporting circuit and suiting up on a TV or radio panel would be the ideal in the future.

“The world of punditry is exciting. I would like to stay in rugby in some capacity but you see a lot former players going out in the punditry world and they have to give opinions on guys they played with.

“That would potentially be a sticky point. You play with guys for so long and build up great relationships and it only takes one or two comments in the press to undo all the good years you had and all those moments in the changing room together,” he says.

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