Mrs. Brown's Boys' Brendan O'Carroll and Jenny Gibney reveal the details of their private wedding in Florida - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Sunday, December 19, 2021

Mrs. Brown's Boys' Brendan O'Carroll and Jenny Gibney reveal the details of their private wedding in Florida

 Giving an insight into their 15 year marriage, he said: 'It was a great day. We got married on the 18th hole of a golf course in Florida because we both play golf'


Agnes Brown


Mrs. Brown's Boys' creator Brendan O'Carroll and his wife Jenny Gibney have revealed the details of their private wedding in Florida.

The couple celebrated 15 years of marriage together earlier this year but they have always kept their big day in 2006 under wraps.

Brendan and Jenny flew their closest friends and family to America but they hadn't actually set a date to get hitched.

After everyone arrived, they picked a day and got married on their favourite golf course nearby.

Jenny told RSVP Live: "It was just us and our family, that was it. We just invited everyone over to America for a holiday and we said we would get married on one of the days. That’s what we did."

Brendan added: "It was a great day. We got married on the 18th hole of a golf course in Florida because we both play golf."

He joked: "I got my hole in one."

Brendan and Jenny are back in Ireland for Christmas after filming the festive specials for Mrs. Brown's Boys in BBC Glasgow.

But being away from their kids and grandkids in lockdown was very hard.

Brendan said: "We weren’t able to hug our grandkids for 15 months."

Jenny added: "We are in the same boat as everybody else though, we have all come out of this knowing how important family is.

"We know that we have to spend as much time together as we can, especially while we have the time."

The pair have learned a lot of lessons about the importance of family over the last two years.

Brendan said: "If there is one thing that I have learned from the pandemic it is the importance of a hug. I have so missed my hugs.

"We are a huggy family.

"I read somewhere once that if a new born child isn’t hugged in its first year of life it will die.

"Honest to God, it will die if it is not cuddled. I get it. We were starved of hugs but we are getting them."




Jenny said: "The hugs mean more than ever now."

Fans of Mrs. Brown's Boys are in for another treat with the Christmas special set to air on December, 25. So what can they expect?

Jenny said: "The usual, there is drama about the Christmas tree and we have a murder mystery night."

Brendan went on: "You know her Christmas revolves around the Christmas tree but she can’t get one this year because there is a shortage of them.

"They are not being shipped in from Wuhan and there are no fresh trees on sale in Ireland.

"However, Buster Brady comes up with a plan and it works.

A unique fundraiser in aid of the Society of St Vincent de Paul launched at a pop-up shop in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green today by Brendan and Jenny.

Mrs. Brown’s Boys Cookies made by the East Coast Bakehouse in Drogheda will be on sale during next week.

The pop-up shop at 3 St Stephen’s Green, close to Grafton Street, will be open 10am to 4pm every day until Thursday 23rd December and from 10am until 1pm on Christmas Eve.

The shop which will be staffed by SVP volunteers will sell an exclusive 4pack of Mrs. Brown’s Boys cookies for €10. All the money raised from the sale of these 4 packs will go to SVP. Members of the Mrs Brown’s Boys cast will also be dropping in throughout the week.

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