Ronan Keating and his wife Storm have been serving us some serious holiday bliss as they journeyed Down Under.
The Boyzone singer and his lady love jetted to Sydney for a 16-hour stopover before arriving at their final destination – Fiji.
Honestly, it’s SUCH a hard life.
And what can one do in 16 hours? Quite a lot, actually, as the Keatings proved with their sweet family trip to Bondi beach (where else).
Storm, who announced last month that she’s pregnant with the couple’s second child, seemed to be loving life as she cuddled their two-year-old son Cooper on the beach.
She then cosied up to Ronan for a quick couple snap because did you even go on holiday if you didn’t get selfies?
The trio’s rest and relaxation didn’t last long however, as they were forced to delay their flight to Fiji by one day because of a cyclone.
Anyway, natural disasters averted – they jetted to the tropical island via helicopter (!).
Storm shared a video on her Instagram Stories of Cooper wandering through the airfield.
‘We have arrived!’ she wrote in the caption.
‘A day late as a cyclone hit here only yesterday but hoping for sunny skies for the rest of the week.’
Ronan announced the couple are expecting their second child together during a stint on Magic FM last month.
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He phoned into the studio and said, ‘we have a story that actually matters’ before excitedly announcing: ‘Storm and I are having a baby!’
On FaceTime, the camera panned to a grinning Storm, 38, who was sitting in a make-up chair.
The Irish singer met Australian designer and producer Storm on the Aussie version of The X Factor and they began dating in August 2011, tying the knot four years later.
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