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Steal Her Style: Amy Huberman stuns in maternity-friendly mini dress on The Late Late Show

The expectant mother wore an Irish design

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Amy Huberman looked stunning as always on The Late Late Show on Friday night.

The actress, who is expecting her third child with Brian O’Driscoll, wowed viewers in a maternity-friendly mini dress by Irish designer Joanne Hynes.

The navy dress was adorned with an enchanting necklace motif, which pays homage to an emerald set from Elizabeth Taylor’s jewellery collection.

It’s also designed to be worn front to back and back to front, making it super versatile, and it’s available to purchase on the Dunnes Stores website for €118.06.

 

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Sharing a photo of her dress on Instagram, Amy wrote: “Thank you so much @joannehynes for this gorge dress I just adore the neon colour pops… AND it had pockets for sneaking in a toasted cheese sandwich. IDEAL.”

The expectant mother also paired the dress with a vibrant coat by Joanne Hynes, but she chose to ditch it for her interview.

Posting a photo of her wearing the coat on Instagram, Amy wrote: “Sorry can we also take a moment for this @joannehynes coat of pure fun and JOY!!”

“I wanted to wear it on the couch with Ryan but didn’t want to look like a flasher etc so took that off and stuck with the dress wiv pockets for the interview,” she joked.

Sadly, the coat won’t be available to purchase until next March, but we’ll make sure to keep it on our wish list.

 

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On this week’s episode of #GossChats, Goss.ie Founder Alexandra Ryan chats to Jackie Fox – who lost her daughter Nicole to suicide after being cyber bullied.

Jackie talks about her fight to get Coco’s Law brought into legislation in Ireland – a new law that will make online bullying a criminal offence.

WARNING – episode contains discussion about self-harming and suicide. If this interview affects you in any way please contact Pieta House.

Please free call the Pieta House 24-hour helpline on 1800 247 247. You can also contact the helpline by text – text HELP to 51444.

 

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