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Keane for sun Claudine Keane excited as family prepares to take first holiday in two years

"It’s been a long few years but lovely to see their little faces this morning"

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Claudine and Robbie prepare to head off

Claudine and Robbie prepare to head off

Claudine and Robbie prepare to head off

Claudine Keane has declared today to be an “exciting day” as her family prepares to take off on their first holiday in two years. 

Alongside a Instagram picture of herself and husband Robbie Keane standing beside a small jet on a runway, the model has written that it was “lovely” to see the excitement on the faces of her young boys.

“It’s an exciting day!,” she posted. “Our first family holiday in two years and it feels so surreal. I dreamt of these days and I’m looking forward to reuniting with my brother and friends soon.

“I won’t take this for granted again,” she added, “very exciting day, especially for my young boys who almost forgot what it was like being on a plane..it’s been a long few years but lovely to see their little faces this morning.”

Last month, Claudine and Robbie were celebrating Boy George’s milestone birthday at The Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin.

She shared a photo with the Culture Club singer holding a birthday cake beside her footballer husband Robbie.

She captioned the post: “Happy 60th Birthday @boygeorgeofficial so lovely to have you in Dublin to celebrate.”

Pop duo Jedward commented under Claudine’s photo, writing: “Love the friendship you all have it’s ICONIC happy happy bday.”

The mother-of-two also celebrated a big birthday this year, turning 40 in March.

She told her Twitter followers that her birthday wish this year was for people to be kind to one another “in light of the year we have had.”

She tweeted: “Today is my birthday. In light of the year we have had and the difficult experiences we have all endured when I blow out my candles my wish will #BeKind there has been so many topics raised this year racism, bullying in social media and media, people are speaking out for change.

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Responding to one follower who responded and said that her sentiment was “lovely,” Claudine wrote: “Thanks, wouldn’t it be so lovely and how many lives it would save.

“People particularly crying out for help and social media feeding bullies but we can all call it now.”

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