Irish actress Amy Huberman and her husband Brian O’Driscoll enjoyed a fun-filled trip to Amsterdam together.
The Finding Joy star and her rugby star husband flew to the capital of the Netherlands earlier this week.
She shared updates about their trips on social media and they seemed to have a lot of fun.
The Dublin star started the day with a shopping spree before she and her husband toured the city.
Amy shared some beautiful snaps from their adventures and they made a pit stop at the Upside Down Museum.
The first picture she shared showed the couple hanging from a blue blanket.
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She then shared a picture of her husband poking his head out of a mirror box.
For that, Amy said, “Bleedin’ head on yer man.”
Next, Amy shared a picture of herself and Brian on bikes and Amy captioned it: “Just some bike paths.”
The actress then shared a picture of some bronze cobblestones with the names of people who fled their homes during the Holocaust written on them.
Amy said: “Those bronze paving stones in front of the houses where they lived, where they fled, were taken away from them.”
She shared more pictures of herself exploring the city and shared the picture of herself and her husband hanging upside down on her feed.
Amy captioned the post, “Just spending time with myself between games.”
“I went to Holland with these museum tickets, which worked out well.”
Fans and friends of Amy and Brian flocked to their Instagram comments section to share their love for the picture.
One follower commented: “You two are in the best mood!”
Anne said, “Oh, you crazy kids.”
Frances joked: “I always knew you were an upside down couple.”
Dan wrote: “This is wonderfully confusing.”
Before she left, Amy was recently touched by a fan’s “ridiculously kind” gesture for her.
The Finding Joy actress, 44, was heartbroken when her beloved father Harold passed away in May 2022.
Harold died after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, just a week after his 84th birthday.
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Amy’s father was a talented fashion designer who had his own clothing brand called Huberman for many years.
The actress explained that she had wished she had more of the coats he designed and that a stranger made that wish come true.
She explained on Instagram: “Well, that was just the best thing that could have happened.”
“My beautiful father was the most talented fashion designer, he had his own label ‘Huberman’ for years and made beautiful cashmere and wool coats for women.”
“When he was at the peak of his career, I was a teenager and all I wanted to wear was shiny purple bomber jackets with my X-Works jeans.
Anyway, I have one of his coats that someone kindly gave me before, and my mother has a few, but I really always wish I had kept more of them or had one in my size that I could wear.”
Someone contacted Amy after finding one of her father’s coats.
Amy said: “I got a DM from someone a few weeks ago saying she saw a Huberman coat in her local charity shop that was in immaculate condition and she went in and got it for me. “
The Dublin beauty was so grateful and deeply touched by the kindness.
She said, “How ridiculously nice is that? I had once bought a vintage plate from her online, but we had never met. (Check out her stuff at @paulafmoen, she makes killer upcycled vintage plates and is an all around good egg.”)
“I was so touched and so grateful. It’s like a virtual hug. And I just had to include my mom, who was modeling another one of his coats at the time, because she’s a total babe.”
Amy took a stunning mirror photo in the stunning beige coat, smiling from ear to ear.
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She also posted a large retro picture of her mother Sandra posing in a Huberman coat.
Amy’s friends and fans all commented on “how beautiful” the gesture was.