Storm Keating shares touching tribute to Ronan’s mum

Storm Keating shares touching tribute to Ronan’s mum

Storm Keating has shared a touching tribute to husband Ronan’s mum on her birthday.

The Boyzone star’s mother Marie Keating passed away from breast cancer back in 1998.

The singer and his family set up the Marie Keating Foundation in her honour to support those battling breast cancer.

The blonde beauty took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of “Happy Birthday Mam” drawn in the sand on the beach.

“Celebrating the birthday of someone extra special today,” the producer wrote.

“Happy 70th Marie, have been feeling your love and support every day since you guided your son into my life. Thank you.”

Ronan also paid tribute to his mam on Instagram, and thanked her for the influence she had on him, his family and friends.

Via: Goss.ie

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