Matt Damon has been spotted back in Ireland, weeks after he left Dublin when he quarantined in Dalkey with his family at the beginning of the pandemic.
The Hollywood star has landed back to continue filming new Ridley Scott movie The Last Duel, which had to be pushed back due to the coronavirus outbreak.
According to reports the actor has moved into a lavish home in Killiney, close to pal Bono, and he has been joined once again by his wife and children.
The movie star has moved back into a large gated home near Bono in Killiney with his wife and children.
According to the Irish Independent, Matt is now staying in a “Georgian mansion” which boasts a pool, tennis court, a stunning garden and stunning views of the ocean.
The mansion reportedly extends to 5,000sq ft and is decorated in a period style. The lavish property also features a two-storey converted coachhouse which holds a gym, sauna and two bedrooms.
It comes after reports that cast and crew from the movie would have to quarantine in an Irish hotel for two weeks before filming.
Matt’s co-stars Ben Affleck and Adam Driver are also set to arrive in the coming days.