Ronan Keating has been despatched some phrases of condolences by his colleagues on the BBC in addition to one among his Boyzone bandmates following the information of his brother’s demise.
Over the weekend, it was revealed that the One Present host’s older brother Ciaran, who was in his fifties, was concerned in a crash on Saturday in Eire.
Following the unhappy information, bandmate Keith Duffy took to Instagram to pay tribute. “I am unable to comprehend the loss and devastation of my brother @rokeating and all of the Keating household,” he wrote. “All my household are praying and considering of our Keating household proper now.”
Reflecting on their shut bond, Keith added: “[Heart emojis] Ciaran from the early days you toured with us you the place an amazing information on our journey within the early days. You helped and supported us younger harmless children. Take your house in heaven buddy together with your Mam Marie.”
BBC Morning Stay‘s Gethin Jones was fast to reply, saying: “Bloody hell. So so sorry x.” Strictly Come Dancing skilled Nadiya Bychkova added a damaged coronary heart emoji alongside, “RIP”.
Former EastEnders actor Sean Maguire remarked: “Oh no. How terrible. Ciaran was a sweetheart. He was such enjoyable in your, beloved the man. Sending like to you & the Keating’s.”
It was reported that Ciaran was travelling alongside his spouse, Ann Marie, to look at their son, Ruairí play for Cork Metropolis FC, when the crash occurred. Ann Marie was taken to Mayo College Hospital to be handled for non-life-threatening accidents, whereas the motive force of the opposite automobile within the collision was handled for severe accidents.
Cork Metropolis FC launched an emotional assertion, studying: “All at Cork Metropolis FC are deeply saddened on the passing of Ciaran Keating, father of our participant Ruairí Keating.
“We prolong our deepest sympathies to Ruairí and the complete Keating household at this exceptionally tough time. Might he relaxation in peace. We ask that the household’s privateness be revered at this tough time. Funeral preparations will likely be confirmed in the end.”