Amy Huberman escapes Dublin as she enjoys weekend away with the girls 

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Amy Huberman has escaped the hustle and bustle of Dublin as she enjoyed a weekend away with the girls.

The ma-of-three looked absolutely fabulous on her mini staycation with her close friends including stylist Ingrid Hoey and new co-star Jane Seymour as part of their weekend away in Wexford.

The actress wore a pink sundress covered in flowers and smiley faces, which she paired with pink heeled mules.at the Marlfield House Hotel and The Duck Restaurant.

Amy was in good spirits with her pals as she took to Instagram to say: “Kept singing ‘Mum’s not coming home’ to the tune of that football chant in my head for most of the evening and would have happily sat in a field after dins til 3am chatting.

“Sweet mystery t’was nice to be out all the same.”

Sharing a second photo with her pal Jane, Amy posted: “Casually lolling that @janeseymour may actually get ID’ed at the bar because she looks 15.”

She also said: “She’s 30 years older than me and she looks like someone I went to college with! Total ride.”

Former Bond Girl Jane, who is in Ireland to film a new series called Harry Wild, has been spending time with Amy and her husband Brian O’Driscoll while staying in Dalkey.

On her own Instagram page, she recently posted snaps from an evening she spent at the couple’s home in Rathmines.

“We had a lovely outdoor BBQ with the incredibly talented rugby star @brianodriscoll cooking for us!” she said.

“It was nice to spend time with @amy_huberman, @scottiehoc, @mrjohnbutler, and the great comedian @phlaimeaux!”

“It’s also fun to know I’m now the ‘envy of Ireland’ for knowing Brian, who is a fantastic chef by the way!”

Amy and Brian moved into their gorgeous home in 2019 following an extensive restoration and renovation.

The couple gave the property a complete overhaul and now live there with their three children, Sadie, Billy and Ted.

Before moving into their dream home, they sold their four-bedroom home in Goatstown for €1.4million and despite living there for 11 years, Amy revealed it never really felt like her home.