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For Bod's sake Amy Huberman teases Brian O'Driscoll during Six Nations win with cheeky Instagram post

The Irish actress often posts pot shots at Brian as he works from home

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Amy's post on Instagram

Amy's post on Instagram

Amy's post on Instagram

Amy Huberman has slagged off her hubby Brian O'Driscoll in a hilarious new Instagram post.

The actress posted a still picture of Brian during Ireland’s Six Nations win over England today.

She captioned the picture: “Listen it’s not like there’s NO excitement at weekends RN. There’s the bubbling anticipation of where the heck he’s going to angle the camera this time?!?!

“G’wan Bod! Come on Ireland!” she added, with a series of emojiis of love hearts and Shamrock symbols.”

She then adds: “If I live pause this I wonder if I can ketchup afterwards?” before apologising or the pun.

“I AM SORRY FOR THAT PUN I REALLY AM THAT IS ALL,” she added, yes, in all capital letters.

The Irish actress often posts cheeky pot shots at Brian as he works from home.

She recently revealed her temptation to shout funny questions as Drico was broadcasting with ITV from home.

She shared a similar snap of Brian on the television, with the caption: "Honestly the urge to yell upstairs “DID YOU PUT A RED SOCK IN THE WHITE WASH?!” is overwhelming."

Amy also shared a sneaky snap of the door into the room in which Brian was working and captioned it: "I have so many questions about attack and defence and game strategies etc. Obvs.

"But my burning question has to be IS HE WEARING THE SLIPPERS AGAIN BEHIND THIS DOOR?!?"

The post referred to that time Amy revealed Brian’s work from home attire on Valentine's Day was slippers and shorts teamed with a smart shirt as he worked from home.

Fans were dying to know if he was wearing them again as they took to the comments and urged Amy to go in and see.

One said: "We need to know".

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