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Former Westlife star Brian McFadden shares rare photo with daughter as he says life is ‘bliss’

FORMER Westlife singer Brian McFadden has shared a rare snap with his daughter as he says life is ‘bliss’.

The singer and his wife Danielle Parkinson, who met in 2016, share a one-year-old daughter named Ruby Jean.

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Brian shared a photo of himself and his daughter on the beachCredit: Instagram
Brian said his life was bliss with his daughter

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Brian said his life was bliss with his daughterCredit: Instagram

He took to his Instagram yesterday to share a sweet photo with his daughter as they soaked up the sun together.

In the photo, Brian was walking along the seashore as he held his daughter in his arms.

He wore black shorts in a snap with a white t-shirt and a baseball cap.

The sun was shining with a snap of his fingers and Brian captioned it by simply saying, “Bliss!”

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Brian McFadden shares a snap

Brian’s fans and friends flocked to his Instagram comments section to share their love for the post.

Claire commented, saying, “Precious.”

Jojo said: “It’s true it’s bliss. Especially if you’re spending quality time with your family, even fame can’t beat that…God bless Brian.”

Trisha wrote: “Gorgeous, my favorite place near the beach.”

While Sara also commented saying, “So cool, you’re amazing.”

It comes after Brian recently revealed he’s been missing out on a lot with his two daughters – and had a fight with his ex Kerry Katona.

The 42-year-old shares Molly Marie, 20, and Lilly-Sue McFadden, 19, with the Atomic Kitten singer.

The couple met in 1999, then married in 2002.

Two years after getting married, they decided to separate.

‘MUCH HARDER’

Opening to Closer magazine, the Irish singer confessed that he regretted “not being there so much for his two eldest children”.

Brian said: “I was just a kid myself when I had Molly and Lilly, and I was then at the height of my career at Westlife – we were literally working 365 days a year, and there was no there was no FaceTime so I couldn’t talk to the kids.

“I could only see them when I got home.

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“So it was a lot harder and I missed a lot of things that I would have liked to see with the girls.”

Luckily, Brian and Kerry now have a better relationship, and the fact that the girls are older makes co-parenting easier.

Brian and his fiancee Danielle

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Brian and his fiancee DanielleCredit: Instagram