Ronan Keating has revealed he and his wife Storm are not planning on expanding their family and admits they may move to Australia in the future.
The 43-year-old father-of-five, who has two children with his producer-director partner, admits the couple are "done" having kids.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Keating said: ''No more babies. Both Storm and I have decided that's it, done. We are very happy.''
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The former Boyzone star, who released his 11th solo album Twenty Twenty last month, said he's been enjoying time with his newborn daughter, Coco, and described her recent arrival as a ''very special experience''.
''It's been a very special experience to witness her progress every single day.''
The Life is a Rollercoaster hitmaker, who also has Jack, 21, Missy, 19 and Ali, 14, with his ex-wife Yvonne Connolly, opened up about their plans to move to Storm's native Australia in the future and said he is "blessed" to have her in his life.
''When Ali is a bit older we will spend more time there. We haven't decided exactly where yet but Australia is a very important place in our lives. I love the way of life and the people.''
''You never know what the future has in store for you."
''I am absolutely blessed to have Storm in my life. I can always lean on her to give me the honest answer, even when it's not the answer I want. But I will listen. I might not like the answer, but I respect it," he added.