Ronan Keating has had some rough days. A few days ago, her four-year-old son had to be taken to hospital. On his Instagram account, the Boyzone star had revealed that he was “worried sick” for his little boy, without revealing what was wrong with Cooper. The Irish singer then shared a photo of his son sitting in his hospital bed, wearing an oxygen mask on his face. “Not the 24 hours I imagined. But you never know what life has in store for you. This little guy is an absolute soldier. I am blown away by his strength and charm”, wrote Ronan Keating in the caption. And the little family can rest assured: Cooper is doing much better! “48 hours. We are happy to see that it is working out,” added his wife, Storm.
“Thank you all for your prayers and wishes. Because our little man is on the mend and on his way home. Many thanks to all the wonderful staff who were just amazing,” wrote the mom of Cooper on Instagram. Guest on the BBC in the wake, Ronan Keating gave reassuring news of his four-year-old boy. “He’s awesome, fantastic. And a huge, huge, thank you to the NHS they were amazing, so fantastic,” the singer said. Cooper is the oldest child of Ronan Keating and his wife, Storm. The couple, who married in 2015, are also parents to a one-year-old baby girl named Coco. The Irish singer is also the father of three children, born from his previous marriage.
Ronan Keating: at the heart of a huge scandal
After leaving Boyzone, Ronan Keating focused on his family life. In recent weeks, he has been talked about in the judiciary. At the end of July, in fact, he won the lawsuit he brought against News Group Newspapers. The ex-pop star obtained redress following an amicable settlement reached with the press group behind the wiretapping scandal fomented by the News of the World tabloid between 1996 and 2011. At the time, several newspapers of the group had managed to hack the phones of many British and international stars including Hugh Grant, Gwyneth Paltrow or George Michael and therefore, Ronan Keating. Almost all of them have obtained legal redress. The ex-singer turned host received a “substantial” sum.
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