Dublin were crowned All-Ireland champions for a fourth time in a row yesterday and Bernard Brogan was joined by two very special guests to mark the momentous occasion.

 

The footballer and his teammates celebrated their victory on the Croke Park pitch, alongside his adorable baby boys.

 

Bernard and teammate Paul Flynn cradled the boys as they held up the Sam Maguire cup.

 

 

The Dublin team beat Tyrone 2-17 to 1-14 , so we’re sure the dad felt pretty relieved when he was handed the trophy.

 

Bernard’s sons were certainly dressed for the occasion. Both Donagh & Keadán wore mini Dublin jerseys and we just can’t handle how cute they are.

 

This isn’t the first time the twins and their dad dressed the same. Earlier in the summer the trio donned matching outfits during a family meal.

 

 

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Bernard shared the snap on his Instagram: “Brunchin with the lads! #matchin #babychinos.”

 

He gushed about his sons admitting he just can’t get enough of his bouncing boys.

 

 

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The GAA star and wife Keira welcomed their twin boys in July.

 

Bernard announced the arrival of their adorable sons on Instagram on July 13. The dad posted a black and white snap of him cradling both boys in his arms.

 

He captioned the snap: “Never have I felt as blessed. Thank you to my beautiful wife @keekib22 for bringing me so much joy. Welcome Donagh & Keadán Brogan 10/7/2018.”

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