Ronan and Storm Keating have some very exciting news

Ronan and Storm Keating are expecting their first child together.

The happy couple announced the news today via Storm’s blog, quickly followed by an Instagram post of course.

“Find out what we're smiling about and why I chose the hot chocolate,” she captioned the post directing people to her website.

“On the 17th August in 2010, my husband and I became friends. On the same day five years later we became husband and wife. We're now very excited to announce that a year later (and again to the exact date) we became parents-to-be!!,” Storm then wrote.

“And so THAT'S why I passed on the mulled wine”.

She then went on to say that "Words cannot describe how overwhelmed with happiness we are. We feel so blessed to be adding another little Keating to the family and this news is like all of our Christmas wishes coming true".

Ronan is already father to Jack, 17, Missy, 15, and Ali, 10, from his previous marriage to Yvonne Connolly.

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