AMID reports that expectant parents are worried about giving birth during the Covid-19 pandemic, former Boyzone front-man Ronan Keating explains his feelings, as he and wife Storm, welcome baby Coco safely into the world.
Ronan Keating and his wife Storm are over the moon with the arrival of a baby girl, Coco. The former Boyzone front-man took to Instagram to announce the happy news. A black and white photo of the happy couple, Ronan, 43 and Storm, 38, with baby Coco in the delivery room, featured a caption reading: “Hello world. Spreading some good cheer at this time with the announcement of the safe delivery of our little girl Coco Knox Keating. Calmly arrived on 27/3/20. Mama and baba are rocking.”
Baby Coco arrived just weeks after her crooner father’s birthday on March 3. It’s the second child for the couple, who married in 2015. They already have a two-year-old son, Cooper. Ronan also has three other offspring, Jack 21, Missy 19, and Ali 14, from his marriage to former Irish model Yvonne Connolly.
Speaking with Magic Radio he told listeners: “It was obviously very strange because nobody could come into the hospital. It was just Storm and myself and little Coco in lock-down in the hospital. The nurses were amazing, the staff were brilliant. It was just so different, it was so quiet. Which was kind of nice in a way.”
He went on to say: “We had all of that time just to ourselves. Cooper couldn’t come in, his other brothers and sisters couldn’t come. So it was a strange one. It was very different and lovely.
“It’s lovely. I mean, it’s obviously strange times as we know, but we don’t need to go on about it, we’re all in the same boat.
“It’s working for us right now because we’re enjoying just being in the house, spending all this time together.”