Pierce Brosnan has revealed what he misses the most about Ireland.
The 67-year-old lived in Navan, Co. Meath until he was eleven years old, before moving to Scotland and later London.
The actor, who’s father is from Kerry, spoke about his love for his native country in a new Tourism Ireland video with the Irish Film and Television Academy.
The James Bond star said: “What’s not to love about Ireland? This tiny island has shown the greatest gift of poetry and storytelling.”
“I love the Kerry coastland, I love the ring of Kerry. My father Tom Brosnan was a Kerryman, so I try to go back there as often as I can,” he admitted.
“What do I miss about Ireland? It’s the people. The sheer stamina and life force of Irish people from this great, beautiful landscape.”
“I’m a Navan man, in Co Meath, I left Ireland when I was a boy, I was 11. So, over these many decades now going back there’s always something great to discover.”
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