BOYZONE star Ronan Keating showed off the private jet he and his family got after a “special four weeks” away.
The Dublin native, his wife Storm and their children Coco and Cooper were recently in Fiji together.
Ronan and his family shared snippets of their trip on Instagram and the singer reflected on his journey in a recent post.
Taking to his Instagram yesterday, Ronan shared some gorgeous photos of himself and his family aboard a private jet.
The first photo was of the family outside the black jet with Louis Vuitton luggage.
He wore a white shirt in the photo with black pants and he was holding his daughter in his arms.
The 45-year-old then shared a video of the personalized menus they had on board, followed by some of the delicious food and drinks they had.
Ronan then posted more photos of his children on board the flight and the final shot was of him holding Coco in his lap while she watched TV.
The boyband star captioned the post, saying: “We’ve waited a long time for borders to open and travel to be safe again so we can visit family in Australia.
“The last four weeks have been so special and we couldn’t feel more grateful to have had this opportunity and to introduce the last little member of our @cocokkeating clan to the rest of the family.
“If it wasn’t for @avcair taking us to some of the most rural and hard to reach places we wouldn’t have been able to do and see so much so thank you so much guys.
“Flying with you was one of the most outstanding experiences – you absolutely spoiled us! Thank you.”
Rona’s fans and friends flocked to her Instagram comments section to share their love for the post.
Sarah commented saying, “It was great meeting you, it was great seeing you back in Australia. Hope you had an amazing family time.”
Carole said: “Looks like everyone had a great time. Welcome home.”
Pamela wrote, “That’s cool! What a fantastic experience!”
While Amy also commented saying, “I’m so glad you all had an amazing time and were able to reunite with your families after these crazy few years. Sounds absolutely idyllic.”