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Mrs Brown's Boys' Brendan O'Carroll to become a grandfather (again)

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Brendan O’Carroll with his wife Jennifer, children Eric and Fiona and her husband Martin Delany (centre back) after he received the award. Photo: Steve Humphreys. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Brendan O’Carroll with his wife Jennifer, children Eric and Fiona and her husband Martin Delany (centre back) after he received the award. Photo: Steve Humphreys. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Fiona O'Carroll

Fiona O'Carroll

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Fiona O'Carroll & Martin Delaney

Fiona O'Carroll & Martin Delaney

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Brendan O’Carroll with his wife Jennifer, children Eric and Fiona and her husband Martin Delany (centre back) after he received the award. Photo: Steve Humphreys. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll is to become a grandfather again.

The genius behind the smash hit series will welcome his sixth grandchild later this year.

His daughter Fiona, who plays Maria in the series, and her husband Martin Delany will welcome another child alter this year, after only welcoming their third in October.

The couple have three children Felix, Isaac and Eli together.

"3 kids was just not enough apparently! Baby No.4 due September," Fiona shared excitedly on Twitter.

Fiona met her husband on the set of the show, where he works as a producer and family patriach said he loves having his children beside him while working.

"It didn't happen that we as a family started working together. It happened very much step-by-step. First it was just me, working in the show. Jenny was working in the show but we weren't having anything to do with each other - I didn't even like her! But we fell for each other and we got married," he explained.

"And then Fiona was taking a year out and stepped in and fell for my producer and married him. So now all of a sudden I'm having my wife, my daughter and my son-in-law in the show, but that's not the way it was planned."

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Fiona O'Carroll

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