One way of making an entrance: Healy-Rae brothers host 'mini-session' on top of a car outside the Dáil
Danny and Michael Healy-Rae clearly haven't stopped celebrating since they were elected last week.
The two brothers arrived outside Leinster House, for the first day of the 32nd Dail, on top of a jeep with some of their entourage.
A whopping 100 supporters travelled with the brothers from Kerry this morning for the big occasion.
Accordian in hand, Danny treated onlookers to a few tunes, and a piper also played to welcome them.
Traffic on Kildare street ground to a standstill as the pair took to the roof of Danny's jeep with his children.
The Healy-Rae brothers are the first siblings to ever have achieved the feat of being elected to the Dáil in the same constituency in the same election.
The last fortnight has been a sweeping success for the Healy Rae dynasty. Danny, who reportedly used his late father Jackie's mobile phone number during his short two-week election campaign, was elected to the Dail for the first time.
His daughter Maura Healy-Rae, a 25-year-old English and History teacher, will be co-opted onto Kerry County Council next week to replace her father.