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BOD ONe out Amy Huberman jokes that she’s ditching Brian O’Driscoll for actor Jane Seymour

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Jane Seymour and Amy Huberman.

Jane Seymour and Amy Huberman.

Jane Seymour and Amy Huberman.

Amy Huberman has joked that she’s ditching her husband Brian O’Driscoll for actor Jane Seymour after the pair bonded on set.

The Finding Joy star is currently filming a new Acorn TV series Harry Wild in Dublin, an eight-part series that will revolve around retired English literature professor Harriet Wild, who ends up entangled in her police detective son’s murder investigation.

The lead role in the Irish drama will be played by acting veteran Jane Seymour, and while Amy herself only has a small role on the show, the pair have already formed an unbreakable bond.

The Dubliner even joked that she was “married” to the former Bond girl after the duo had heaps of fun on set together.

Taking to Instagram, Amy shared a photo of her hugging the 70-year-old with a huge grin on her face.

She captioned the post: “Okay I’m married to Jane now, soz Bod it’s been gorge.

Almost wrapped on #HarryWild, had just a lil part but had a LOT of fun doing it and was really so lovely to go out and play with such fab peoples I don’t live with after a billion and a half yonks in lockdown and making a small human baby person and clearing my sock drawer etc etc etc.

“Thanks for being a rocking onscreen Ma-in-Law @janeseymour #Harrywild @acorn_tv,” she added.

The mum-of-three took the photo from Jane’s Instagram, who also paid tribute to their friendship with a sweet post that she shared with her 208,000 followers.

The Briton said: “Sharing a hearty laugh with @amy_huberman! She’s not only a talented actress, she’s also become a good friend. ☺️ Truly love her and her husband @brianodriscoll! #HarryWild”

Amy replied in the comments section: “Aw I love this. Right back at you my friend xxx”

Harry Wild is set to air sometime next year in Ireland, the US, Britain, Australia, Spain, Portugal, and further afield.

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