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We're having too much fun to start a family yet, insists Amy

NEWLYWED Amy Huberman insists that she and her rugby player hubby, Brian O'Driscoll, have no plans to start a family just yet as they are too busy enjoying the early days of their marriage.

NEWLYWED Amy Huberman insists that she and her rugby player hubby, Brian O'Driscoll, have no plans to start a family just yet as they are too busy enjoying the early days of their marriage.

The popular actress told the Herald how she would love to have children some day, but admits that right now she and her other half are having too much fun together as a couple to bring kids into the equation.

Amy (31) went on to explain how she is currently in the process of writing her second book and says that her main focus for the immediate future is her career.

"It's funny when you get married it's the first question that everyone asks you but no, we're not in a rush for kids just yet," she told the Herald.

"If we're lucky enough down the line then yeah it would be great. But for now I think we'll just enjoy married life together.

"I feel like people are probably thinking shut up about your wedding. Married life is lovely though. It kind of feels like a long time ago now, six weeks. We were in a little bit of a bubble for a while but we're getting back into a routine now," she added.

Meanwhile the gorgeous blonde, who made reference to her rugby captain husband in her first novel, 'Hello Heartbreak', insists that it was a one-off.

"Probably not," she said when asked about the possibility of a reappearance by Brian. "It would be like 'Where's Wally' if he turned up in it again. It's kind of slow work writing a book. I haven't actually started to write anything yet. I've just been reading the notes I had written last time and I'm getting back into the research now.

"There's a little bit of pressure when it's the second book but you hope as well that you've learnt something with the first one and that it will be even better.

"It's all the thinking in your head that can be frustrating. Once you sit down and start writing, it's fine." Amy says she has put her acting career on the back burner as she's been so busy planning her wedding to Brian.

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