Ronan Keating says he won't be buying his own Christmas gifts this year and will leave the task to his girlfriend, Storm Uechtritz.
Ronan Keating isn't doing any Christmas shopping this year.
The Boyzone singer - who has three children, Jack, 14, Marie, 12, and eight-year-old Ali with ex-wife Yvonne - is leaving gift buying to his girlfriend Storm Uechtritz as he did it in 2012, but he will be helping out with other festive tasks.
He said: ''I'll be at home in Ireland for Christmas - I'm spending the big day with my girlfriend Storm and my kids. I'm really looking forward to it.
''Storm will do the shopping beforehand - it's her turn this year because I did it last year - and we'll both cook.''
While Ronan still remembers the best gift he received when he was a child, he insists he isn't interested in material possessions this year.
He added to Britain's OK! magazine: ''Christmas is a special time of year for everyone - I remember getting my first BMX bike when I was a kid and it was the best present ever.
''What do I want to receive this time around? Happiness. My wish for everyone is happiness this coming year.''
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