Meet Missy Keating, the 19-year-old daughter of popstar Ronan Keating who’s causing waves online.
The model and aspiring actress has whipped up a legion of fans on Instagram, where she shares everything from her latest photoshoots to collaborations with brands like Pretty Little Thing and snaps of family life.
Missy is the oldest daughter of former Boyzone star Ronan’s five children. He’s also the proud dad to 21-year-old Jack Keating and 14-year-old Ali Keating from his first marriage to Yvonne Connolly.
After marrying 38-year-old Australian producer, Storm Uechtritz, in 2015, the pair welcomed three-year-old son, Cooper Keating into the world in 2017 and daughter Coco Knox Keating in May this year.
Missy previously opened up to the Belfast Telegraph about what it was like growing up with her famous dad, saying she’s “so so proud of him”.
“Growing up, we were all over the place; touring with my dad all the time. That was not a normal childhood, obviously,” Missy said.
“I remember my eighth birthday; the O2 in London, I think it was, sang Happy Birthday to me."
Missy realised when she was eight-years-old in Australia with her dad and mum that she wanted to become an actress. She has since appeared in Dark Touch and The Sea.
Now, she lives in Malahide in Dublin with her boyfriend, with the pair finding love after meeting in school.
She recently shut down rumours of a Love Island UK appearance, saying they did contact her last year but that she’s happy in her relationship with her childhood sweetheart, Mark Elebert.
“Me and Mark we just love an adventure, it’s our favourite thing to do. So we are always saving and planning for our next trip. Mark’s never been to Australia so I really want to take him,” she told Extra.ie this week.
Her dad, Ronan, also addressed the Love Island rumours in a chat on ITV’s Martin and Roman's Sunday Best, saying: "Well, look she’s getting a lot of offers from different reality TV shows to do different things. She’s a very confident girl."
"She’s beautiful, she’s got her head on her shoulders, she’s a grafter. I mean, my dad taught all of his kids to be the grafter and work hard.
"He believed the football player that trained the hardest got his game on Sunday and that’s something that was instilled in me and I think my kids have that now and it’s just amazing."