Parisian style icon Julia Restoin Roitfeld has found perfection in the hills of Donegal.

The international model and art director was spotted seeking out the scenic delights of Donegal over the holidays with her daughter, Romy Nicole.

Julia, whose mother Carine is the former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, is known as fashion royalty, having featured on front rows from an early age. Now, she has put her own chic stamp on North Donegal through some well-documented Instagram adventures.

 

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Such a perfect day #easterweekend #ireland #gonehiking

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Julia and Romy Nicole started their spring break with a visit to Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge on the Causeway Coast.

Afterwards, they road tripped to Donegal to splash about at Marble Hill Beach, check out Horn Head and hike to the rugged Murder Hole Beach.

 

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Happy Easter from my not so little bunny and I to you all! #romynicole #easter

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Julia also stopped by the Olde Glen Bar for a pint of Guinness – the bar which Jamie Dornan famously said was ‘maybe the best bar in the world’.

Sharing snaps to her 366,000 followers, the influential style star described one of her Donegal days as ‘the perfect day’. Ash frontman Tim Wheeler from Downpatrick joined the pair for the ‘amazing trip’.

 

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Thank you for another amazing trip 🍀💚

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