The actors, who play the characters of Buster Brady and Maria Brown, along with their kids, made the journey to the Aviva Stadium to see Ireland play Latvia last night
Mrs. Brown’s Boys stars Danny and Fiona O’Carroll stepped out with their rarely seen younger brother Eric.
The actors, who play the characters of Buster Brady and Maria Brown on the BBC and RTÉ sitcom, made the journey to the Aviva Stadium last night.
The trio were in attendance as Ireland secured a 3-2 victory over Latvia in an international friendly game.
Mrs. Brown’s Boys stars Fiona and Danny O’Carroll with their brother Eric
Danny and Fiona are used to the limelight given their high profiles roles on Mrs. Brown’s Boys as well as their recent appearances on RTÉ shows High Road Low Road and Ultimate Hell Well.
Eric takes a backstage when it comes to TV work and stepping out on the red carpet and he works with his famous dad, Brendan O’Carroll, behind the scenes.
Danny’s son Jamie, who plays rugby for Ulster, also attended the big game as did Fiona’s sons. Fiona and Danny shared snaps from the game on Instagram.
Fiona also shared how she and her siblings have changed over the years, showing pictures of them all from 2006, 2013 and 2023.
Danny, Fiona and Eric didn’t really get on when they were growing up in Dublin.
Fiona previously told RSVP Magazine: “We didn’t get on at all, we killed each other! It was only when we got older and life experience brought us closer together that we really bonded, especially when we started having children.
“We have an understanding now that we didn’t have growing up.”
Fiona O’Carroll shared how she and her siblings have changed over the years
The gang rarely get to see each other as adults because Fiona lives in Meath, Danny is in Donegal and Eric is based in Florida with their dad. That made last night’s meet up even more special.
She said: “When I am not working, I don’t see them, so it is like a family reunion when we are on Mrs Brown’s Boys.
“We are delighted to see each other, we love just hanging out and having the chats.