Staying at the swish Kensington Hotel, where rooms start at €400 a night and go up to €3,150 for a suite, Amy Huberman and Brian O'Driscoll are certainly making the most of their mini-break in London.
They got to see all the court-side action at Wimbledon yesterday – and today they're back for more.
Amy is wearing a Saxony dress from Zoe Jordan's current collection; the number sports a striking asymmetrical hem and a glacial-print pattern. It's currently priced at €1,450, having been reduced from €2,080.
Yesterday, she was also in Joe Jordan, this time in Bruges shorts, €240, and a matching Eine top, €225 – both in tonic-print. She teamed her outfit with Bourbon shoes, a label with which she has several successful design collaborations.
The first Saturday of Wimbledon – dubbed 'middle Saturday' – has traditionally been the day when stars from the world of sport attend matches on Centre Court; hence Brian's invite to the famed Royal Box.
Today they will watch games from Roger Federer, Petra Kvitova, and Andy Murray.
Fellow rugby legends in attendance include Matt Dawson and Stuart Lanchester, as well as soccer's Gary Linekar.
Unsurprisingly for an athlete who remains so enduringly popular more than a year after his retirement, Brian received a warm round of applause when he was introduced to the crowd this afternoon.
Yesterday, Bod wore a grey suit from Tommy Hilfiger, which he teamed with a blue-striped suit and blue tie.
He and his wife, who celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on Thursday, have long been tennis fans, and have over the years frequented the Grand Slam competition whenever their schedules allow.
And this year, Amy can even indulge in a glass of champagne or cool Pimm's; when the duo attended the 2014 tournament she was four months pregnant with their second child, a son Billy, who was born in November. They also have a two-and-a-half year old daughter, Sadie.
Earlier today, the author and actress shared a stunning shot of their hotel's staircase, joking that she was tempted to slide down the bannister.