Airport update as Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden take to the sky on private jet

By Amy Donohoe

Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden are living the life as they have taken to the sky on a private jet.

They were joined by well-known jockey AP McCoy, Stephen Hendry who's a snooker champion and football manager Robbie Fowler.

The post that went up this morning revealed that the lads are heading to the Legends Tour, a golf tournament for celebrities in Aberdeen.

Brian posted a snap on Instagram which said: "En route to Aberdeen for the@eulegendstour event".

46-year-old, Keith posted: “On route to Royal Aberdeen with some familiar faces for @eulegendstour after a super day @wentworth_club @rob9fowler @apmccoy @s_hendry775 @brianmcfadden123!”

He spent a day at the Wentworth Club yesterday with Hollywood A-lister, Tom Holland, Olympic gold medallists James Guy, Sam Quek and Denise Lewis.

Reality stars Spencer Matthews and Chris Hughes were also there, along with footballer John Terry and music artists including Niall Horan and Boyzone band mate Ronan Keating.

The stars were out in force for the BMW Longest Drive competition at the BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am.

The annual event sees celebrities and sportsmen tee it up with professionals in teams of four to create ultimate golfing experiences.

Scotland is the last qualifying event for the Celebrity Series with winners going to Mauritius in December to battle it out in the Grand Final for £100,000 for charity.

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