Former Boyzone singer admits he is still a big fan of his ex-wife

Their 2011 split may have come in the middle of a storm of rumours that this Irish singer was having an affair, but apparently there are no longer any hard feelings between the two.

Ronan Keating and Yvonne Connolly finalised their divorce earlier this year and the parents of Jack, Missy and Ali are clearly not at each other throats as some rumours would have had people imagine.

The Boyzone singer, 38, told the Herald that he thinks it is “great” that Yvonne has decided to change her name back to Connolly following their split.

“It’s her decision – it’s great. Good on her,” he told the paper earlier this week .

Ronan appears happy for the public to know that there is no animosity between Yvonne and he and is quite supportive of his former love.

The Celebrity Masterchef contestant is due to marry his girlfriend Stom Uechtritz in Scotland next month and according to Ronan it is set to be a huge family affair.

“All of our families are going to be there – everyone. Rather than doing it in Australia or in Ireland we said we’d go to neutral ground and meet there. It’s a very special place for us.” 


Not long to go until I marry this incredible Lady. So exciting. Still can't believe she said Yes !!!! #luckyman

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The pop star did admit that it is not all picture perfect between he and the Australian TV producer saying that they don’t always “see eye to eye”.

He continued that he believes “that’s the way couples should be”, and notes that they are both “creatively minded so sometimes we can clash, but there’s nothing but love for each other there.”

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