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Inside Pat Spillane’s family life including wife Rosarii and children as legendary pundit appears on Late Late Show

The legendary RTE pundit left Sunday Game after 2022 and will appear on Friday's Late Late Show.

The legendary RTE pundit Pat Spillane will appear on Friday’s Late Late Show.

Spillane will discuss life after punditry with Ryan Tubridy.

Inside Pat Spillane's family life including wife Rosarii and children as legendary pundit appears on Late Late Show

Spillane’s punditry career was as legendary as his playing career.

On his final appearance, Kerry beat Galway to win their first All-Ireland since 2014.

Spillane, 66, retired 30 years ago with eight All-Ireland medals.

He lives in Templenoe with his wife, Rosarii, and children, Cara (1990), Shóna (1992), and Pat Jnr (1997).

Pat’s father, Tom, died suddenly of a heart attack when he was 8 years old.

Tom died in his mid-40s, leaving Pat’s mother to raise four children and run the family pub alone. Pat became the “father figure” to his three younger siblings.

“My mother worked 14 hours a day, 363 days a year,” he said.

“She lived for us. She never took a vacation.

Pat’s mother died in her mid-80s in 2012, but he remains a “Mammy’s boy” despite being married for 33 years and having three children, Cara, Shona, and Pat.

Spillane said on the Late Late Show, “My poor long-suffering wife, who will be my wife for 32 years next month, will sometimes say, ‘I only married your mother,’ and she’s probably half right.”

We’ve been together 32 years, and I’m a mama’s boy, but I’ve never changed.

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