When she's not busy working in LA, Dublin starlet Amy Huberman loves nothing more than blowing off some steam with a round of pilates.
The actress is the latest celebrity fan of the exercise craze, and is a big supporter of her good friend, model Aoife Cogan's new studio which she set up with her rugby husband Gordon D'Arcy last year.
But the mum of one has yet to work out in the city centre haunt -- because it's too far away from the south Dublin pad she shares with Irish rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll and their one year old daughter, Sadie.
"I haven't worked out there because I go to another place called Platinum Pilates," Amy told the Diary.
"Aoife is a good friend of mine and I have been to her studio, but the other one is only down the road from me."
The 33-year-old has been taking part in Pilates classes for the last two months and said she is addicted to the tricky exercise regime.
"I have been doing Reformer Pilates and I love it," said the Cabinteely native.
"You feel that you are working out, but it's relaxing for your head too. I am a little bit addicted to it," she added.
The mum of one has spent the last week in Los Angeles for wo