Ever wondered how the 2003 Christmas rom-com Love Actually would've played out if it was set in Dublin? Well, look no further...

Comedian Enya Martin teamed up with NOW TV for the festive skit, which sees some key scenes from the classic film given a Dublin makeover.

From Liam Neeson being plagued by calls from friends to do his Taken voice for them, to Martine McCutcheon's Natalie telling Hugh Grant's Prime Minister that he's never allowed on another lads' trip to Magaluf, it's Love Actually as you've never seen it...

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Earlier this year Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's referenced Love Actually on his first visit to 10 Downing Street.

At the start of his joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May the Taoiseach made reference to the 2003 rom-com classic, which starred Hugh Grant as a newly-elected Prime Minister prone to dancing around No 10 to the Pointer Sisters' Jump after a good day at the office. 

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"First of all, Prime Minister, thank you very much for hosting us today here in 10 Downing Street. It's my first time in this building so there's a little thrill in it as well," said An Taoiseach. 

"As we spoke on the way in I was reminded of that famous scene in Love Actually where Hugh Grant does his dance down the stairs," he continued to some laughs from the assembled journalists. 

"But apparently it wasn't actually filmed here, so I didn't get a chance to see the stairs."