Ronan Keating’s heartache as family still can’t meet his new baby

Ronan Keating’s heartache as family still can’t meet his new baby

juin 30, 2020 0 Par admin

Ronan Keating has opened up on his heartbreak as his family still haven’t been introduced to his new baby due to the coronavirus lockdown.

The former Boyzone star, 43, welcomed daughter Coco – who he shares with wife Storm – just days before the UK lockdown was imposed.

It meant the couple were unable to visit their family and friends to proudly show off their gorgeous baby girl.

While the pair have had time to adapt to being second-time parents and form a bond with their baby, the couple’s family are patiently waiting to meet their bundle of joy.

Ronan admitted it’s the “hardest thing” he’s had to do, but hopes Coco can meet her relatives sooner rather than later.

Ronan and Storm with baby girl Coco (Image: Internet Unknown)

He told OK! magazine: “The hardest thing is not being able to introduce her and share her arrival with the rest of the family.

“Hopefully it won’t be too long now before she can meet everyone.”

Ronan wed his wife Storm in 2015 (Image: Instagram)

Despite the unfortunate circumstances, Ronan, who also shares son Cooper with his wife, says they are focusing on the positives.

“It has been a difficult time for everyone but as a family we have tried to focus on the positives. For me to be at home for these first few months with Coco and watch her develop and be part of it all has been very special,” the doting dad continued.

Ronan with his son Cooper and newborn baby girl (Image: Instagram)

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It seems the couple have been lucky with their new baby, as Ronan admitted that sleepless nights are pretty rare.

He also credited the lockdown to helping him form a strong bond with Coco while the family isolate at home together.

Ronan added: “Like everyone else, we’ve missed socialising with family and friends, but it’s been great to see everyone pull together to get through these very strange times.”

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