There was a full line-up of famous faces at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin as Ireland took on France.

It proved to be a nail-biting Six Nations match with the boys in green triumphing with a 32 – 19 victory over les bleus.

Glenda Gilson was amongst the celeb attendees on the day and she got in the spirit before kick off by sipping on a glass of bubbles and a bottle of sparkling water simultaneously.

‘Dehydrating & hydrating at the same time #coybig,’ the 41-year-old TV presenter joked.

She bumped into another Xposé alum at the stadium, Lorraine Keane.

Sharing a selfie of herself with the broadcaster who was kitted out in a green jacket with a furry collar and an Ireland beanie, she said: ‘Only @lorrainekeaneofficial can pull off the green.’

Also cheering on Ireland from the stands was Rosanna Davison but her husband Wes Quirke was on the bench at home minding their three young children, Sophia, 3, and one-year-old twin boys Oscar and Hugo.

The former Miss World, 38, couldn’t mask her excitement for the match as she posted a funny video showing her sprinting out of their house. The clip was set to George Michael’s famous song ‘Freedom’ and she announced: ‘When your other half says he’ll take the kids so you can go absolutely anywhere you want on your own.’

She looked delighted as she soaked up the atmosphere before the game with a friend, writing: ‘Mum’s day out! We don’t get out very much.’

Also amongst the crowd at the game was former Fair City star Clelia Murphy.

She turned the Six Nations clash into a date as she was joined by her husband-to-be Neil Casley.

The couple, who are set to tie the knot in a low-key wedding this summer, were all smiles as they watched the teams face off.

Standing shoulder to shoulder in the FAI Centenary Suite were rugby WAGs Jessica O’Mahony, Harriet Beirne and Joanna Cooper.

Joanna Cooper’s fiancé Conor Murray was praised for his dazzling performance despite it being a difficult week for him off the pitch. His father Gerry had to be hospitalised after being involved with a collision with a truck while he was cycling.

Jessica, who wed Munster rugby captain Peter O’Mahony in French in September 2022, also joined Laura Priestly, the wife of Irish rugby legend Johnny Sexton, pitch-side.

Sharing a sweet snap of them hugging, she joked that they were ‘the oldies’.

The proud mum-of-three took in all the action with her son Theo and she posted an adorable picture of him him giving his father a post-match cuddle after the game.

‘Memories forever,’ she wrote.

Ryan Tubridy and Greg O’Shea were also amongst the A-listers cheering the boys in green to victory on the day.

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