Mrs Brown's Boys' Danny O'Carroll gives glimpse into stunning garden at his Donegal home - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Mrs Brown's Boys' Danny O'Carroll gives glimpse into stunning garden at his Donegal home

 Dublin actor Danny, best known for his role as Buster Brady in hit BBC sitcom Mrs Brown's Boys, gave his followers a look into his impressive home garden in Donegal



(Image: Twitter/Danny O'Carroll)


Mrs Brown's Boys star Danny O'Carroll has given his fans a glimpse into his stunning garden at his family home in Donegal.

The Dubliner lives in Donegal with his wife Amanda and their two sons Jamie and Blake.

And now Danny has shared a photo of his impressive garden - and it looks so stylish!

The Mrs Brown's Boys star, and son of show creator Brendan O'Carroll, took to social media to post a picture of his wife as the pair enjoyed an outdoor drink for the Bank Holiday.

The garden features a chic outdoor cream sofa so the family can sit down and soak up the sunshine outside.


There is also a table complete with it's very own fire pit, which sets the perfect summer mood.

The background of the photo shows steps leading up to a swing chair and trampoline for the boys.

The garden also has various trees potted around it and features a high stone wall.

"I hope you all have a great bank holiday weekend," Danny captioned the picture.

"Lovely photo of Amanda, have a great bank holiday with your family Danny," replied one follower.

"Aw such a beautiful picture," gushed a second.

While a third added: "I hope you and your family have a fantastic bank holiday weekend."

Although Danny is from Dublin he lives in Donegal, where Amanda is from, with his family and prefers the pace of life there compared to the capital.

He previously told the RTE Guide: "Amanda, at the start [of their marriage], didn't really want to go to Dublin and I wanted to be with Amanda but then after a year or two it started to switch.

"Amanda wanted to move to Dublin and I was like 'No f*cking way, I am staying here, I love it up here'.

"It wasn't intentional but 19 years I am here. I am basically a Donegal man now."


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