Tuesday 27 September 2016

Claudine Keane feeling 'incredible' after baby news: 'Robert can't wait to be a big brother'

Published 01/08/2015 | 09:46

Team Ireland ambassadors Claudine Keane and her son Robert, six years, arrive for a Special Olympics Ireland reception to celebrate the Special Olympics World Summer Games. The L.A. Hotel Downtown, Figueroa St, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Team Ireland ambassadors Claudine Keane and her son Robert, six years, arrive for a Special Olympics Ireland reception to celebrate the Special Olympics World Summer Games. The L.A. Hotel Downtown, Figueroa St, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Team Ireland’s Aoife O’Sullivan, a member of Owenabue Special Olympics Gymnastics Club, from Cork City, with Claudine Keane and her son Robert during the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Summer Games. LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Team Ireland ambassadors Claudine Keane and Colin Farrell at a Special Olympics Ireland reception to celebrate the Special Olympics World Summer Games. The L.A. Hotel Downtown, Figueroa St, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Claudine Keane breaks the news of the upcoming arrival of baby number two to five year old son Robert.

Claudine Keane has spoken of her excitement at welcoming her second child into the world.

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The model, who is married to Ireland captain and LA Galaxy star Robbie Keane, announced in an adorable Facebook video that they are expecting a little brother or sister for Robert Jr (five).

"We couldn't resist sharing Robert's reaction to the good news last week on Facebook," she wrote in her column in the Irish Daily Star.

"He is so excited and can't wait to be an older brother. He's wanted this for a long time."

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Little Robbie seems thrilled with the exciting baby news and Claudine said that he is constantly asking if it's true.

"He's asking my really funny questions like, 'Mummy, are you sure it's definitely a baby and not a lizard," she said.

"He's so hilarious, he's thinking so hard because he wants to make sure it's actually a baby."

Team Ireland’s Aoife O’Sullivan, a member of Owenabue Special Olympics Gymnastics Club, from Cork City, with Claudine Keane and her son Robert during the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Summer Games. LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Team Ireland’s Aoife O’Sullivan, a member of Owenabue Special Olympics Gymnastics Club, from Cork City, with Claudine Keane and her son Robert during the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Summer Games. LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

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The five-year-old was told the surprise news by Claudine who said "Mummy has a baby in her tummy" as dad Robbie filmed and Robert was clearly chuffed and said it was "amazing", before asking repeatedly, "Is that true?".

Claudine said, "Your dream came true" and then Robert felt the bump in his mum's tummy.

Team Ireland ambassadors Claudine Keane and her son Robert, six years, arrive for a Special Olympics Ireland reception to celebrate the Special Olympics World Summer Games. The L.A. Hotel Downtown, Figueroa St, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
Team Ireland ambassadors Claudine Keane and her son Robert, six years, arrive for a Special Olympics Ireland reception to celebrate the Special Olympics World Summer Games. The L.A. Hotel Downtown, Figueroa St, Los Angeles, United States. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

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