Susannah Jackson shows off €4,000 Valentine’s Day gift from husband Dylan O’Connor


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Susannah shares some photos of her gifts on Instagram

Susannah Jackson shows off €4,000 Valentine’s Day gift from husband Dylan O’Connor

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Suzanne Jackson shows off the €4,000 lavish Valentine’s Day gift she received from her husband.

The beauty guru, who runs makeup and tanning brand SOSU by Suzanne Jackson, was spoiled by her partner Dylan O’Connor this year.

The 37-year-old revealed that the pair had decided against giving each other Valentine’s Day gifts, but that didn’t stop Dylan from spending a fortune on designer gifts for his wife.

On Monday, Suzanne shared a video on Instagram of her walking through her home, where she found a lavish bouquet of red roses at the bottom of the hallway, alongside some bright orange bags from Louis Vuitton.

“So much without gifts,” she said. “Now, what should I do? Thank you @dylanoconnor my lover.”

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Susannah shares some photos of her gifts on Instagram

Susannah shares some photos of her gifts on Instagram

Susannah shares some photos of her gifts on Instagram

Suzanne gave her 299,000 followers a sneak peek at one of the gifts—a Petite Boite Chapeau messenger bag.

A miniature round hat box with Louis Vuitton’s iconic monogram design sells for a whopping €3,900.

Suzanne then revealed more details about her romantic gift, explaining that Dylan had flown roses from Colombia to Dublin, especially for Valentine’s Day.

Previously, the businesswoman appeared on The Today Show to talk with hosts Maura Derrane and Marty Morrissey about her successful career.

Marty asked her if she had ever wondered what her life would be like if she hadn’t started blogging years ago.

“It’s funny, I never really sit down and reflect because I’m the kind of person who I think ‘don’t stop and keep going,'” she replied.

“I think if you stop and start thinking about things, you might think ‘Oh, I made it now’, I don’t want to think that, I want to think there’s more.

“I’m hungry, I’m motivated, I’m very, very hungry. So, I don’t reflect too much, but sometimes I look back and I think ‘wow, I’ve come a long way’ and I should be proud of myself.

“I think it’s an Irish thing, we don’t pat ourselves on the back, we just move on,” she added.

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