The Interim Head Coach said he was 'proud to be a Welshman' as Wales clinched the RBS 6 Nations title and deprived England of a Grand Slam.
Austin Healey is being to urged to pay up after offering to bet every person in Wales £1 that England would win the Six Nations.
After an opening weekend defeat, Wales now stand on the brink of Six Nations glory. Can they beat England and clinch the title?
Wales wing George North is pictured tucking into a well-earned cooked breakfast following his side's 30 - 3 victory over England last night.
He tweeted the picture along with the caption 'Good company over breakfast!'
Wales First Minister Carwyn Jones said the squad had "done the whole country proud yet again" after their 30-3 triumph over England.
Mr Jones said he would like to "heartily congratulate" the whole team and the coaching staff on winning the Six Nations Championship.
"The team deserves a huge pat on the back on their performance - they did what they had to do to defend their title and keep the Six Nations trophy here in Wales", the first minister said.
"I'm sure I speak for Welsh people everywhere when I say - well done boys, you've done the whole country proud yet again", he added.
The Prime Minister, leader of Plaid Cymru and Welsh Liberal Democrat leader have praised the Welsh rugby team after they retained the RBS Six Nations title with a win against England.
Congratulations to the Welsh on winning the #6nations. A fantastic effort.
Wow! Amazing! #WalvEng
Congratualtion to Wales; a dominant performance that was well planned and executed. Impressive in thought and deed and hugely physical.
Job well done Wales