So it’s St. Patrick’s Day season, and Caitríona Balfe needs you to know that it’s not St. Patty’s Day, and Irish natives would flip their noses up at a plate of corned beef and cabbage.
That’s what she advised Jimmy Kimmel throughout an look on his speak present final week.
“First of all, folks typically name it St. Patty’s Day. And I’d like to only say, it isn’t,” Caitríona, the Co Monaghan star of “Belfast” and the Starz sequence “Outlander,” stated. “It’s Paddy’s with a D or two Ds.”
“Why? It’s Patrick, it isn’t Padrig,” Kimmel stated perplexed, including jokingly, “By the best way, with the best way you spell Caitríona, you should not be telling anyone!”
“We simply love additional vowels in Ireland,” Caitríona stated with a smile.
She continued: “The different factor is, no one eats corned beef and cabbage again dwelling, not collectively, it isn’t a dish. I do not know, possibly again in like Nineties or every time folks came visiting first however …”
“Nobody eats corned beef and cabbage in Ireland?!” Kimmel stated, shocked.
“I do not even know what that’s,” Caitríona admitted. “It sounds horrible!”
Outlander’s sixth season premiered on Sunday evening and Caitríona spoke about what it was prefer to movie the present throughout a pandemic whereas pregnant.
“I feel it is simply you are fairly drained while you’re pregnant anyway and we shoot loads and the schedule’s fairly robust. But you understand what, I’ve had a number of wonderful co-workers and everybody took excellent care of me,” she stated.
Her child son with husband Tony McGill was born final August.
Check out Caitríona’s chat with Jimmy Kimmel right here:
*This column first appeared within the March 9 version of the weekly Irish Voice newspaper, sister publication to freelancertamal.