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Amy Huberman reveals what she’ll ‘miss a lot’ as she moves house

The actress and her family are still renovating their new home

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Amy Huberman has admitted that she’ll miss her local shopkeeper Paul “a lot”, as she moves out of the home she shares with husband, Brian O’Driscoll.

The couple and their two kids are set to move into Brian’s parent’s house for a few weeks, while their new home in Rathmines is being renovated.

Taking to Instagram, Amy shared a cute photo of her hugging Paul, and wrote, “Moving today and going to miss our local shopkeeper Paul a lot. He cannot do enough for anyone and always at hand to sort out all emergencies from local babysitters to tayto cravings to wardrobe malfunctions.”

The actress hilariously revealed how she had to be “cellotaped” into her dress for the IFTAs one year – and Paul came to the rescue with “masking tape from the Post Office”, and a coleslaw roll for after the awards.

 

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The G.O.A.T of Goatstown! 🙌👑🐐Moving today and going to miss our local shopkeeper Paul a lot. He cannot do enough for anyone and always at hand to sort out all emergencies from local babysitters to tayto cravings to wardrobe malfunctions. 5 mins before the IFTAS last year I realized I was going to have to be industrially cellotaped into my dress and he sent over the masking tape from the Post Office with a coleslaw roll for when I got in later 👍 He made sure the elderly were all sorted last year in the snow and had all the latest insider bread delivery goss. He looks like he’s eyeing up security to remove me but I dunno, I reckon that’s just an adorable thing he does when he’s emosh. Goodbye Lynams, giz a bag of fizzy jellies

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Amy and Brian have been working on their new house since 2016, but only secured planning permission to renovate the three-storey house last year.

Speaking to the Herald recently, Amy revealed their plans to move into Brian’s parents house, while his mum and dad are on holiday.

“We’re leaving our house in a couple of days and the new house isn’t ready yet, so we’re moving to Clontarf for a few weeks,” she said.