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Storm and Ronan's 'joy and relief' as son Cooper discharged after hospital drama

Last night Storm shared a picture of the young boy in a hospital bed, lying down and cuddling a white fluffy teddy bear

Storm shared this picture of Cooper in a hospital bed although the youngster is now at home

Neil Fetherstonhaugh

Storm Keating and hubby Ronan have expressed their “joy and relief" as son Cooper is back at home after he was rushed to hospital.

Yesterday the Boyzone star (44) shared photos of his little boy on a ward wearing an oxygen mask as he revealed their terrifying hospital ordeal.

It's not yet clear what happened to the youngster, however Ronan later shared another photo with Cooper looking in better spirits, sitting up in bed and watching cartoons.

Last night Storm shared a picture of the young boy in a hospital bed, lying down and cuddling a white fluffy teddy bear.

She revealed that they were able to bring their son back home after 48 hours in the hospital.

The full post from the mum said: "48hrs we are happy to see the back of.

"Thank you to everyone for your prayers and well wishes - they worked (!) because our little man is on the mend and on the way home too.

"Huge thanks to all the wonderful staff @chelwestft who were simply amazing.

"This mummy is exploding with joy and relief to be bringing @cooper_keating home with daddy."

Storm’s friends and followers flocked to her Instagram comment section to share their delight that her son is feeling better.

TV presenter Kirsty Gallacher commented saying: "Sending so much love to you all."

Presenter Ashley James wrote: "Sending you such big hugs."

Yesterday Ronan captioned his snaps thanking all the staff in the hospital as well as he said that he and Storm were very worried.

The full post said: "Not the 24hrs I had imagined. But ya never know what life has in store. This little guy is an absolute Trooper.

"I’m blown away with his strength and charm. Mum & Dad are a mess worried sick and he takes it in his stride. I am so incredibly grateful to the staff @chelwestft you guys rock."

The pair struggled with another medical emergency this year after Storm was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery on her spine.

The 39-year-old was initially admitted for a prolapsed disc back in March but was told by doctors she needed surgical intervention.

At the time, Ronan said: ”Well that was a week I never want to live again. To have my Storm in hospital under the most extreme circumstances and not be able to see her and hold her hand and give her a hug and tell her everything was going to be ok was the toughest I have known. I felt so helpless, her strength is insane.”

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