This week Ronan Keating has shared a sweet tribute to his wife Storm. Sharing a snap to Instagram the Boyzone singer shared; “Some Thursday appreciation for my Girl.”
“She never stops working and loving. She takes care of everyone. She is constantly spinning plates and I’m sure at times feels like no one notices.”
“You are a force of nature. You can move mountains and your composure through tough times is impressive. I love ya Stormy. Always got your back X”
It’s been a difficult few months for the couple as Storm recently underwent emergency spinal surgery.
The mother-of-two was rushed to hospital earlier this year due to an ongoing issue with her back which took a bad turn. Storm then ended up having to have surgery on a prolapsed disc.
Previously speaking about this time she shared; “It was quite frightening- a bit of an eye-opener for sure. I was in my hospital bed on Tuesday morning and when I woke up everything from my waist down was completely numb.”
Continuing she said; “I quickly called my surgeon and told him I was numb and couldn’t feel anything. He told me to stay put and he’d be with me in three minutes.”
Due to Covid-19 restrictions Storm was unable to have any visits during this difficult and scary time and she shared that this was also hard on her husband, Ronan Keating.
“Ronan was at home I believe and I hadn’t seen him for days as he wasn’t allowed in the hospital. We were face timing and constantly chatting on WhatsApp.”
“I found out only last weekend that he was sitting outside the hospital in his car crying because he obviously couldn’t come in and was terrified.”
Ronan previously reflected on the stressful week in a lengthy Instagram post; “Well that was a week I never want to live again to have my Storm in hospital under the most extreme circumstances and not be able to see her and hold her hand and give her a hug and tell her everything was going to be ok was the toughest I have known, I felt so helpless, her strength is insane.”
Continuing he said; “The care she received and the expertise was incredible thank you to Dr Aftab and all the team you got her home today, she is on the mend and I am so grateful. What a day to come home thank God she made it.”