Ronan Keating has said that welcoming his newborn daughter into the world during the coronavirus pandemic was a “strange experience”.
Last week, the Boyzone singer and his wife Storm welcomed their second child together, Coco Knox Keating, to the world amid the current Covid-19 lockdown in the UK.
Speaking on Magic Radio, the Dubliner said: "It was obviously very strange, because nobody could come into the hospital.
"It was just Storm and myself and little Coco in lockdown 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. We had all of that time just to ourselves.
He added that the couple’s first child together, Cooper and his three children Missy, Jack and Ali have yet to see their new baby sister.
When asked how the couple were managing caring for a newborn during these unprecedented times he answered: “Like so many others, it’s all hands on deck.”
“Storm is flying, she’s doing wonderful. Feeling great, enjoying this whole process once again.
The proud dad took to his Instagram last week to share the happy news.
"Hello world Spreading some good cheer at this time with the announcement of the safe delivery of our little girl Coco Knox Keating,” he captioned a black and white picture of Storm in the delivery room.