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Ronan Keating reunites with all five children for Marie Keating Foundation event

Pic: Instagram/Marie Keating Foundation

The Keating kids are very busy these days. Jack is just off the back of his Love Island appearance, while Missy is preparing to move to Australia.

Ali is focusing on her show jumping career and, of course, little Cooper and Coco are busy doing what toddlers do best.

However, they all set aside their busy schedule for a very important cause.

They came together for the Marie Keating Foundation golf event which takes place this year at the K Club.

Pic: Instagram/Marie Keating Foundation

Ronan shared a picture of the five siblings together with the caption: “K For the Keating club. My 5 back and excited for tomorrow’s @mariekeatingfoundation Golf event. The @kclubirelamd.”

It’s the 22nd year of the annual event which saw Ronan show off his own golfing skills while his kids cheered on from the sidelines.

Storm was also on hand to display her golf prowess on the green alongside her husband. Eldest son Jack is certainly no stranger to a golf club so he also participated in the event.

Pic: Instagram/Marie Keating Foundation

The Marie Keating Foundation shared pictures of the family on Instagram with a caption which read: “Family was at the core of The 22nd Marie Keating Foundation Golf classic sponsored by Skechers yesterday.”

“It was a day where family, friends and supporters came together for a beautiful fun filled day out to raise funds for the vital services the foundation provides to communities around Ireland. The Keating family set up the foundation to honour their Mam Marie who they lost to breast cancer in 1998 aged just 51.”

“They wanted to bring about more awareness, support, and education to as many people as possible to help make cancer less frightening by enlightening. To educate on signs and symptoms to support early detection, to eliminate the fear of reaching out and getting checked and to have support on hand for people at every step of their cancer journey.”

“The money raised from this year’s event will help to fund the Marie Keating Foundation’s vital lifesaving community nursing and mobile information unit service. This service is needed now more than ever due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the devastating effect it continues to have on cancer patients and their families.”

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