Colin Farrell and brother Eamon 'heartbroken' over aunt's death
True Detective star Colin Farrell and his brother Eamon have said they are 'heartbroken' by the recent death of their aunt.
Dance teacher Eamon (43) yesterday posted a message to Facebook addressing the tragedy.
"Totally and utterly heartbroken. RIP Aunty Liz," he wrote. He also posted a pic of Liz with family members and said, "Ar dheis lamh De go raibh a anam dilis."
Colin (39) who is based in the US may return to Dublin for the funeral.
In happier news, last week it was revealed he will be best man for Eamon at Eamon's second wedding to husband of six years, Steven Mannion.
The ceremony is expected to take place at the Dublin Arts School The Factory at Christmas next year.
The couple originally married in Vancouver in Canada in 2009.
Speaking to Independent.ie recently, Eamon said, "Hopefully by then they will allow civil ceremonies in different venues in Ireland. I would hate to be in the registry offices."
Eamon and his partner Jill Doyle have run The National Performing Arts School at The Factory for decades but recently it has moved to The Lir Academy and "a couple of other places in Grand Canal Dock" until next year while the whole site is being developed.
"David Norris said he would be my Matron of Honour! The Honeymoon will be LA to spend time with my family," he added.