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Saturday, December 25, 2021

Mrs Brown’s Boys' Brendan O’Carroll is separated from family at Christmas as he's forced to....

 The comedian and Mrs Brown’s Boys was hoping to spend his Christmas with his grandsons after being apart for fifteen months while living in Florida, United States



Brendan O’Carroll will be separated from his family this Christmas as he self-isolates after being named a close contact.

The Mrs Brown’s Boys star shared that he hasn’t seen his grandsons in fifteen months with the comedian living with his wife Jennifer in Florida.

He explained that he’ll be staying in his bubble while the rest of the country enjoys his Christmas television specials.

Brendan shared the sad news while helping Joe Duffy on his annual Christmas Eve special live on RTE Radio 1.

As he was reading out people’s message for their loved ones, he said: “I’m staying in my bubble because unfortunately, I was in contact with somebody who was in contact with somebody who tested positive.

“We’re waiting on the result of the PCR.”

Brendan recently said being apart from his grandchildren nearly killed him as he videochatted with them every day.

However, he now has to wait longer as he self-isolates: “As I am myself, I haven’t seen my grandsons in fifteen months so I can’t wait to see them.

“Now I’m in a bubble so I won’t see them for a couple of weeks.”

There will be two new Mrs Brown’s Boys Christmas specials out this weekend with the first airing Friday, 24 December at 10.25 PM on RTE One.

The episode named Mammy of the People shows Agnes learning to adjust to the “new normal”.

Buster and Dermot have got new jobs raising awareness of the dangers of coronavirus, while a flasher is terrorising the neighbourhood.

However, Winnie and Agnes are more concerned with winning the chance to perform an alternative Queen's speech.

The second episode will air on Christmas Day at 9.25 PM on RTE One and is called Mammy's Mechanical Merriment.

Agnes is recruited to the church choir, but is under strict instructions from Father McBride that there is to be no singing or dancing.

Dermot and Buster organise this year's festivities at Foleys - a murder mystery night in aid of alcoholic greyhounds - and a Christmas tree shortage means Agnes may have to go without this year.


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