Ronan Keating and wife Storm are still recovering from jetlag, having only arrived in Sydney a couple of days ago. But that hasn't stopped the singer, who is currently in Australia to appear as a coach on The Voice Australia, from getting a new and very sentimental inking.
Ronan, 39, visited a tattoo parlour where he had a meaningful artwork inked on the top of his right arm, the coordinates of three different cities that hold a very special place in his heart. "The Origin of the coordinates will always be where my heart lies #Dublin #Archerfield #Sydney," the star wrote alongside the image of his new tattoo.
Ronan Keating shared a picture of his new artwork
Dublin is the city in which the star was born in 1977, Archerfield is where he tied the knot to wife Storm last year and Sydney is where the couple met in 2010, whilst they were both working on the Australian X Factor.
TV producer Storm also posted a picture which showed her husband lying on a chair inside the tattoo parlour: "Adding to the collection #Tattoo #BondiInk #Coordinates #Dublin#Archerfield #Sydney," she captioned it.
The couple married in August 2015 after five years together
The new artwork is positioned very closely to several jigsaw pieces which feature the names of his three children with former wife Yvonne, Ali, Missy and Jack. Two more pieces complete the set, one with Storm's name and another one which says 'mom', referring to his mother Marie.
Ronan's tribute comes just weeks after described his wife as his "one true love". The singer, who has just released his tenth solo album Time of my Life, shared a picture of Storm puckering up for the camera, along with the caption: "Missing this Beauty already. My one true love."
Ronan's sweet post came shortly after he said he was "happier than I've ever been" since meeting and marrying the Australian TV producer.
Ronan and Storm are in Sydney where the singer will take part in The Voice Australia
Speaking to The Telegraph, he said: "Storm makes me feel so secure. It's very refreshing. I haven't had that before. I've always had to work to feel reassured, to feel secure, and that's not nice because you don't know where you stand.
"I put up a front to make people think I had all of this confidence in myself, which I didn't."