Amy Huberman has been open about losing her father in May of 2022.
She has discussed how celebrating Christmas has changed since his passing last year.
And now she has opened up about some of the sweet traditions that they shared together of the festive period.
“I always remember decorating a Christmas cake with my dad,” she shared.
Speaking to the RTÉ Guide, she explained: “We always did creative things together, whether it was drawing or painting.
“I remember making these little fondant figures on an iced cake, like a snow scene We sat there doing it for hours; that’s a memory I treasure now.”
She is hopeful that 2024 is filled with “health and peace”.
“2022 was a really difficult year in losing my dad. To be honest I was happy to welcome in 2023. Here’s to a 2024 that will bring health and peace.”
She previously spoke to VIP Magazine about her relationship with her dad, telling us: “I think my family are really funny. My dad had the best sense of humour – as does my mum – but my dad communicated in jokes. He had such a lightness about him and I miss that.
“He would never slag you, he just joked in a nice way. He was creative as well and he worked for himself. Only since he died have I realised how similar we are. But, as well, my brothers, they’re funny, there was a lot of craic at home and nothing you said was ever ridiculous.
“Yeah, got slagged, but you were allowed to make a tit of yourself. I look back on my childhood and smile and I am really grateful for that.”