Mrs. Brown's Boys' Fiona O'Carroll confirms she isn't dating following split from husband Martin Delany

 The actress admitted she is terrified of dating because everything has moved online these days, but she would love to see her former husband find love in the future

Fiona O'Carroll

Fiona O'Carroll has confirmed she is single following her split from ex-husband Martin Delany.

She admitted that the thought of dating is terrifying because everything has moved online these days.

But if the right person came along, she would be open to dating again.

Fiona told RSVP Live: "I am single. God, the thought of dating is terrifying. Everything is online and on social media and I don’t get it.

"I am such a technophobe. I am brutal on my Instagram and twitter. Where do people get the time? If somebody comes along, of course, I am not going to say ‘no’, I am open to everything.

"If somebody came along for my ex-husband, I would be over the moon for him. I think our priorities are a little bit different at the moment.

"Right now, I am focused on my kids and my career. Covid allowed us to sit back and ask ‘What’s important?’."

Fiona has had a busy summer touring around the UK with Mrs. Brown’s Boys before hitting the stage with Copper Face Jacks: The Musical. But her job allows her the flexibility to balance work with family life.

She explained: "I am very lucky that working on Mrs .Brown’s Boys means I get to work with my family.

"Working with my dad has afforded me the opportunity to have a large family while also still having that work/life balance. He promotes that.

"My dad was on the road a lot when I was a child and he missed a lot when we were growing up.

"He never wanted that for us when we had our own children. We are always welcome to bring our kids to work with us and you wouldn't get that in any other production."

This Mrs. Brown’s Boys tour was very different to what she had done before because it moved so quickly

Fiona said: "It was good, but it was different. It was tough, we did a six week tour with two cities a week, which we wouldn’t normally do. We haven’t worked on stage in two and a half years, and there are so many shows out there.

"Everyone is trying to scramble for dates. We condensed it and did as many venues as we could in the six week block.

"We were moving on every two or three days and we were doing weekday matinees, which we normally wouldn’t do.

"I finished in Edinburgh on a Sunday and went straight into rehearsals for Coppers The Musical the following morning."

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