Co Down cafe owners 'starstruck' after Sinead O'Connor stops by for breakfast
Staff at a Co Down cafe were "starstruck" when Sinead O'Connor stopped by for breakfast on Wednesday.
The Irish singer-songwriter visited Cafe 31 in Downpatrick on Wednesday morning with her daughter when she ordered a couple of coffees and a vegan breakfast.
The owners of the Downpatrick cafe, Sean and Natasha Roberts, shared a picture with their "very special visitor" on Facebook and revealed that the Nothing Compares 2 U singer is "such a lovely woman".
We just had a very special visitor for breakfast this morning . Such a lovely woman and even wanted a photo with us 🤷♂️. We were slightly starstruck 🤩🤩🤩 #sineadoconnorPosted by Cafe 31 on Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Speaking to the Belfast Telegraph, cafe owner Sean Roberts said: "She was lovely... she ordered a latte and her daughter ordered an Americano and asked if we could make a vegan breakfast.
"We didn't even recognise her until a customer said who she was. So when I was down at the table I asked was it her and then could I have a picture.
"She said she loves the coffee and ordered one to takeaway and what brand it was. We use Greenbean coffee Roasters."
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