/assets/images/nzheaderlogos/NZWD-logo.svg
Celebrity News

Ronan and Storm Keating announce they're expecting a baby

The happy couple have confirmed the exciting baby news!

Congratulations are in order for Ronan and Storm Keating, who've announced they are expecting their first child together.
The newest member of the Keating clan will be the Boyzone member's fourth child, while it will be the producer's first.
The 35-year-old mother-to-be shared her happy news on her blog.
Storm with Ronan and his three kids Jack, 17, Missy, 15, and Ali, 10.
"On the 17th August in 2010, my husband and I became friends," she penned.
"On the same day five years later we became husband and wife. We're now very excited to announce that a year later (and again to the exact date) we became parents-to-be!! And so THAT'S why I passed on the mulled wine," she joked.
"Words cannot describe how overwhelmed with happiness we are."

"We feel so blessed to be adding another little Keating to the family and this news is like all of our Christmas wishes coming true. This Christmas we'll just be asking Santa to keep our baby safe and to spread some extra happiness and joy to you and all your families also."
At the end of her heartfelt post, she quipped, "PS: I already have so much blog content to share to other mothers and mothers-to-be... "
"Hilarious stories, the reality of pregnancy and navigating through the endless range of nasty products to avoid when you have a little bub in your tummy etc. So much to share!!"
Meanwhile, it looks like Ronan will be adding to his tattoo sleeve collection with a tribute to his unborn bub, sharing on Instagram, "Glad I saved this prime real estate #Luckiestmanintheworld #anotherlittlekeating."

Ronan and Storm first met through the X Factor AU in 2010.
In August 2015, the couple tied the knot in a romantic ceremony in East Lothian, Scotland.
The 39-year-old singer was previously married for 17 years to Yvonne Keating, and they share their three kids Jack, 17, Missy, 15, and Ali, 10.
While Storm parted ways with her ex-husband Sydney financial director, Tim Ivers, in April 2012.
This story originally appeared on Woman's Day Australia

read more from

/assets/images/nzheaderlogos/NZWD-logo.svg