It was a beautiful day (With picture gallery)
Over 20,000 people lined the streets of Bray to welcome home out Olympic hero Katie Taylor and Adam Nolan on Monday evening.
The gold medalist boxer was greeted by the crowd as she arrived onto the seafront via an open top bus.
Crowds gathered in the seaside town from the Main street all the way down to the sea front.
RTE's Des Cahill and the Camembert quartet warmed up the thousands as they waited for their hero Katie arrival.
Wicklow,s Padraig Moran was introduced to the crowd and interviewed before he made a presentation to boxer Adam Nolan. Padraig will be representing Ireland at Boccia in the forthcoming Paralympics.
The Golden girl then made to the stage to a roar like has never been heard in Bray before.
Katie told Des Cahill the support had been unbelievable throughout the last couple of weeks and was close to tears as she addressed the crowd, Amy Quinn and Derek Kelly of Bray Lakers both made presentations.
Katie herself then made a presentation of a cake to Bray Cathaoirleach Mick Glynn, who had organised the whole event.
Speaking to Wicklownews.net after Katie had left the stage Mick said "It has been fantastic it doesn't seem real, it is everything we hope for and more."
One spectator said "It has been a brilliant two weeks and now Katie is home with the gold so it's back to the recession tomorrow."
Carley O'Neill from Meath said "I would not have missed this for the world, two cars of us traveled from Meath today to witness history."
Pete Taylor told Wicklownews.net " The whole adventure has been a dream come true, it's just unbelievable but great," he laughed.
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