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Tuesday 17 October 2017

Our rugby heroes ooze class in Rat Pack photo

If you thought Rob Kearney and Jamie Heaslip looked good in blue then check this out.

The hunky rugby team-mates have ditched their skin-tight jerseys in favour of strutting a slick new Leinster Rat Pack style.

And before you think they couldn't be any more desirable, the big hearted boys' black-tie make-over is all in aid of charity.

As our exclusive picture shows, the dapper Leinster icons clean up even better off the pitch.



AUTOGRAPH

Sporting well-tailored jet black tuxedos with their bow-ties casually slung around the collars of their crisp white shirts, the rugby heroes are captured oozing serious levels of sex appeal like never before.

A particularly dashing looking Kearney, with George Clooney-style stubble and a cheeky wide grin, just manages to steal the show from handsome Heaslip in the gorgeous black and white snapshot.

The jaw-dropping picture was taken by top celebrity photographer Barry McCall for his eagerly awaited new book Pho20graphy, in aid of the ISPCC. The beautifully produced coffee table book is available to buy exclusively from Brown Thomas and BT2 stores nationwide.

The leading Irish photographer will be on hand to autograph copies of his new book in Brown Thomas in Galway tomorrow from 2pm to 4pm, where will be joined by Keith Duffy, Peter Devlin and Lorraine Keane, who all feature in the book.

The book is €80 with every euro going to the ISPCC.

Pho20graphy has more than 350 pages and 300 images, and features photographic portraits of Liam Neeson in his family apartment in New York, Snow Patrol in Red Square, and Colin Farrell on a hotel roof in LA.

aanderson@herald.ie

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