Ronan Keating, 44, will join the mix of stars making an appearance on tonight’s episode of The Late Late Show to discuss his new album Songs From Home and why coming back to Ireland after lockdown had been an emotional experience for him.
Ronan will also be joined by his wife Storm for a very special performance.
The Boyzone star currently lives in the UK with Storm and their children, Cooper and Coco.
Viewers are in for a star-studded night with guest appearances that will include Lady Gaga, Mary McAleese, Eamon Dunphy, Liam Brady and Glen Hansard.
Ronan and Storm’s fortune is changing for the better, as they have bought a mansion just outside London.
The couple previously started the renovation of the house themselves after firing workers.
They had to knock the house down in 2016 after finding out they couldn’t refurbish it because of the house’s structure.
The couple’s aim was to build an ‘inspirational eco home’ embodying sustainable living.
Ronan posted on Instagram, “For @stormykeating and I, it’s been an impossible task to find a good and honest builder to complete our new home. So after it became apparent that our last lot had to be removed from the site, we decided to build our home ourselves.”
Storm Keating took to Instagram earlier in the week to reveal their dream home was coming along nicely after a five-year wait.
She gave an update and shared that the groundwork team and their machines were finished up.
“A quieter day on site now that our amazing groundwork’s team @benhopkins3545 are all finished up and the machines have been transported out. I know Coops & Coco especially are going to miss all the diggers and dumpers”, she said.
Back in September their son Cooper was taken to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital as his distraught parents were “worried sick”.
What happened to him wasn’t made public, but Ronan had spoken of their terrifying hospital ordeal and shared pictures of Cooper using an oxygen mask.
The pair had another medical emergency this year after Storm was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery on her spine.
In June, Storm revealed she faces a year of rehab after having emergency surgery on her spine.
She was diagnosed with cauda equina syndrome last month, a rare condition where the nerves in the lower back are severely compressed.
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