Ronan Keating cried at his wedding because his wife Storm Uechtritz ''was so beautiful it was overwhelming''.
Ronan Keating cried at his wedding.
The 'Life is A Rollercoaster' hitmaker has revealed he couldn't help but break into tears when he saw his bride, TV producer Storm Uechtritz, walk up the aisle at their wedding earlier this month, which also prompted her to start crying.
He explained: ''I went to turn around but my lip was already trembling and I knew I couldn't turn without crumbling, so I waited until she was beside me. Then I turned to face her and she was so beautiful it was overwhelming. I couldn't help but cry.
''I have never been so emotional. I couldn't speak without my voice breaking. It was beautiful and perfect because we finally got to make the ultimate promise to each other and in front of all the people who not only love us as individuals, but love who we are as a couple.''
Storm added: ''At first I wasn't nervous at all - I was ready and bursting with happiness. But when I saw the kids standing beside their dad smiling through tears, it broke me. That's when I started crying.''
However, the 38-year-old Boyzone star - who has kids Jack, 16, Missy, 14, and Ali, nine, from his first marriage - insisted the day was ''perfect'' as he was surrounded by his loved ones.
He said: ''It was a perfect day. We always wanted the wedding party to be just us and the kids.
''It's so special for me that Storm would want the girls to be by her side. I'm so proud and honoured. It means the world to me.
''I feel so honoured to call Storm my wife officially. She is my best friend, my soulmate and now my wife too.''
And Storm had an extra special treat up her sleeve for Ronan, as she gave him a Final-edition Land Rover Defender as a wedding gift.
He told HELLO! magazine: ''I've had a couple of them over the years but nothing like this one. Plus she has customised it exactly how I would have done it myself - she knows me so well.''
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