ACTOR Paul Mescal celebrated a big Irish win with Saoirse Ronan this evening.
The celebrity friends watched as Ireland progressed to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup with a 36-14 win over Scotland this evening.
Paul and Saoirse looked happier than ever as they sat together in the pub and watched the game.
The Little Women actress wore a white T-shirt with “Slainte” written on the chest, blue jeans and a black belt.
The “Normal People” star wore a white T-shirt with a green shamrock and a pun that read “Feeling Lucky.”
The Maynooth native also wore blue jeans, a black belt and a black and gold watch.
The Irish stars huddled close together and snapped a smiling snap while giving their thumbs up.
The duo’s fans are all amazed by the stunning picture.
Sandra tweeted: “Wake up darling, new pictures of Paul Mescal just came out. PS: Thanks, Saoirse.”
Another fan said: “Cool photo of both of them!!”
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Chris wrote: “I love her.”
Keli added: “Beautiful.”
Last month, Colin Farrell praised Paul as the “best actor” after he appeared on the TIME 100 list of the most influential actors of 2023.
The Gladiators actor appeared in the artist category alongside big Hollywood names like Austin Butler and Drew Barrymore.
The TIME 100 list highlights 100 leaders who they believe are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, health and more.
Time described the list as “emerging leaders from around the world who are shaping the future and defining the next generation of leaders.”
As part of his inclusion on the list, Mescal received a heartwarming tribute from fellow Irish actor Colin Farrell.
Farrell praised Paul for the “honesty” he shows in his acting, calling him one of the “best actors.”
Farrell said: “When I first saw Paul perform, I was touched by his ability to stand still and notice the world around him so that I could experience it through him.”
“I was fascinated, and it’s been that way at every performance since then. It is the sincerity of his every word and every gesture that makes me so excited for what he will share with us.”
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“Why do the best actors leave us feeling like we know them? Even if they are unknown to us in life.”