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Amy Huberman jets off to support husband Brian O'Driscoll

By Fiona Ellis

Published 16/09/2011

Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman
Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman

Actress Amy Huberman is all set to pack her bags and jet to New Zealand in the next few weeks to support husband Brian O'Driscoll as he takes part in the Rugby World Cup.

The actress will take a break in between publicising her new movie 'Threesome' to take a quick jaunt across the world to be by her husband's side.

The actress just booked her tickets on Wednesday and will leave on September 29, arriving in time for Ireland's last pool game and hopefully the chance to take in a quarter-final clash.

She will fly from London, where she will be promoting her film and will spend 10 days in New Zealand before jetting back to continue her publicity stint.

"That's support for you," she laughed last night as she stepped out in Dundrum Town Centre.

It is the first time Huberman has been to New Zealand, and she said she is looking forward to making the trip.

"I've heard it's beautiful. I've never been before. I've been to Australia but never to New Zealand. My friends have been filling me in on the best things to do."

She said the team in New Zealand are having a ball.

"They are having a great time and are really enjoying themselves."

Despite New Zealand's reputation as the adventure capital of the world, she said hubby Brian hadn't been taking part in any dangerous sports.

"They have all had good fun in Queenstown and they saw the local sights, and got involved in all the activities that were going on there -- but he hasn't been doing any bungee jumps."

Huberman was speaking at the Harvey Nichols autumn-winter fashion show as the brand ambassador for Range Rover, which launched its new 'Evoque' model in association with the fashion show.

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