Ronan Keating took to the stage in Dublin on Thursday night as part of his world tour, Time Of My Life. The date also happened to be his daughter Ali's 11th birthday, and in celebration he brought her out on stage so she could be serenaded by the crowd with a rendition of Happy Birthday. But that wasn't the only surprises – the youngest Keating then delighted the concert-goers by joining her dad for a duet.
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Ronan Keating and his daughter Ali delighted the crowd in Dublin with a duet
In a video shared by the Irish Sun, Ronan, 39, and Ali can be seen teaming up to perform his track Think I Don't Remember. Proud dad Ronan holds Ali's hand throughout the song, but it's clear that she has inherited both her dad's stage presence and talent, singing with confidence in front of the large audience.
After their sweet duet, Ali is then presented with a birthday cake by Ronan's wife Storm Keating and his eldest daughter Missy Keating, who were waiting in the wings. The birthday girl can be seen blowing out her candles before exiting the stage to applause and cheers from the crowd.
Ali is Ronan's youngest child; he is also a father to son Jack, 17, and Missy, 15, from his previous marriage to Yvonne Connolly. The Boyzone star might well be hearing the pitter-patter of tiny feet in the future, however. He and his wife Storm have made no secret of their desire to have a baby together.
"Yes, maybe. Yes, I'd love to," Ronan replied when asked about the possibility of having more children back in February. "We’'l see how it goes, we'd love to, it would be smashing."
Ronan and Storm with his three children, Missy, Ali and Jack
Family clearly means the world to the star – he even proposed to Storm with Jack, Missy and Ali by his side. "You very much involve them," he explained. "It's a big deal because Storm isn't just marrying me, she's marrying the four of us as such, so it was very special because the four of us asked Storm to marry us, which was amazing.”