AMY Huberman has shared snaps from her trip to London after partying alongside Aisling Bea, Laura Whitmore and Daisy Edgar-Jones.
The Finding Joy star flew to the capital for the first time in over two years to celebrate her pal’s birthday and attend a crazy hat party.
While in London, Amy explored Borough Market sharing snaps of the impressive stalls with various cheeses, sauces and vegetables.
The mum-of-three showed followers the stunning sights along the river, including St Paul’s, Blackfriars Bridge and London Bridge, before heading to Soho.
Amy met her editor for the first time in person and said she looked “amazing” as she enjoyed a bag of fudge.
She then sat down alone for a drink and had dinner at a Peruvian restaurant where she changed for Aisling’s party.
The actress ditched her jeans and blue jacket for a colorful blouse, black leather leggings and gold heels.
She captioned the bathroom snap: “It was confusing when I went to pay my bill in an entirely different outfit.”
Posing with Aisling Bea later that night, Amy shared a selfie and said, “Finding Joy reunion!”
She partied alongside her pals before getting changed again for the Ireland rugby match.
Sitting on the bar floor as she changed her shoes, Amy said, “If you can’t find a toilet for the next change, there are floors EVERYWHERE.”
She shared more snaps of her friends and said, “I need 876 hours of sleep please.
“London! We haven’t spoken in 2.5 years and all of a sudden I’m IN you twice in a week?! Need an excess baggage tag at the airport for all my fucks ideas!
“I loved going around Borough Market with my little backpack, sniffing giant blocks of cheese and pointing at a building and saying, ‘Ooohh, that’s the Brigid Jones gaffe from the movie’, meeting my fabulous first time editor @yasminjdaly @scholastic_uk NOT ON A ZOOM then pointing to other things like the river and saying, “Oooh the Themes!”
“How many themes I’ve surveyed South Bank (sorry). I missed it.
“I dined and had a pisco sour ALONE at a Peruvian restaurant on Greek Street @cevichesoho where I didn’t have to try to convince anyone to eat their broccoli and peas. I mean I could have, but it could have been weird because I didn’t know them (Go for great food and healthy people. And piscos before discos).
“I did a complete change of clothes and make-up in the restrooms of the restaurant before leaving for the party (it was a bit confusing for the waiter when he came back to pay the bill and I was in a completely different).
“Thank you @weemissbea for being born so you could have a fabulous birthday party and to my Bean an Tí @bronactitly for the slice of arán agus subh sa maidin. walk home.
“Straight to the game now and would you believe I also have a green jumper stuffed in there and managed to change into another toilet as I’m not sure about the Aviva’s golden platforms and I took off the Scottish hat from the photo booth because COME ON IRELAND.” K bye this post is now longer than a Proust novel. But also COME ON IRELAND”.
Amy’s fans were angry as they flocked to the comments section.
Aisling Bea said, “THIS GURL IN THE CITY BLOG MADE ME LAUGH SO MUCH.”
Maria commented, “I’m exhausted after reading all this”.
Barbara wrote: “Stuck at home with Covid and your post really lifted my spirits! It felt like a hectic weekend. Go Ireland!!!”
Amy recently opened up about her relationship with her husband, rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll, recalling how they met.
The couple – who wed in July 2010 – share three children together: Sadie, 9; Billy, 7, and Ted, who was welcomed into the world last year.
Amy said she didn’t come from a sporting family and joined drama society at university to get away from all the rugby madness on campus.
She said: “I had two brothers who had never played rugby, did they play sports? A bit. We’re not a sporty family at all, we were pretty arty I guess.
“I went to UCD and I had, I guess, a very typical South Side Dublin upbringing, so when I went to UCD I was like, ‘Oh my God. It can’t just be going to rugby games.”
“So I joined Drama Soc and ended up marrying Brian,” she laughed.