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You’re finally here – Joey Carbery & wife overjoyed at birth of ‘beautiful’ baby

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JOEY CARBERY and wife Robyn Flanagan are basking in the arrival of their ‘beautiful baby boy’.

On St Stephen’s Day Robyn had first announced she was expecting their first child.

The photo they shared of their new pride and joyCredit: @robynflanagan1
On their honeymoon in Tulum, MexicoCredit: @robynflanagan1
Carbery, 28, is set to move to Top 14 side Bordeaux Begles in the summer

And now their wait is finally over with the couple sharing an adorable image of their new arrival.

It was captioned: “You’re finally here. Welcome to the world our beautiful baby boy.”

Among the delighted replies were congratulations from Ireland prop Finlay Bealham as well as Jessica O’Mahony – wife of Irish captain Peter.

Joanna Cooper – who is also due to give birth quite soon – was similarly on hand to pass on her best.

While the baby’s name remains a mystery for the time being, one thing he has going for him has already caught the eye.

In a follow-up Instagram story one of Robyn’s relatives joked in reference to his full head of hair: “Three days old and he literally needs the Dyson.”

Unfortunately for Joey, it was a week of mixed emotions.

His Munster career was brought to a premature end upon suffering a thumb injury which required surgery.

The luckless fly-half will now have to turn spectator for the remainder of the province’s efforts to retain their URC crown.

The Reds advanced through the quarter-finals with ease against Ospreys by 23-7.

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Should they live up to their top seeding in Saturday’s semi-final versus Glasgow Warriors, there’s an excellent chance they’ll host arch rivals Leinster in the final at Thomond Park.

The Blues for their part face a tougher challenge on the near horizon though.

Having dispatched of Ulster 43-20, Leo Cullen’s charges have had to make the 13,600 kilometres flight to Pretoria before facing the Bulls on Saturday themselves.

Cullen acknowledged arranging such a long-haul trip at short notice in June for a combined number of 45 between players and coaches has proven to be a logistical nightmare.

Ahead of that bruising affair at altitude, he joked: “A week’s notice? A week until we’re there playing a rugby match. It’s a very unusual dynamic.

“I don’t to bore you about the dynamics of how airlines do/don’t operate on the weekend, but there is multiple moving parts.

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“I don’t know if you’ve booked many trips for 45 people on a Saturday night? If anyone has any advice?

“I don’t know (when we leave), the bags are packed. We’ll be setting sail alright. Maybe we’ll go on a boat!”

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