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Ronan Keating tipped to wed in €9,250-a-night Scottish estate he once endorsed


Ronan and Storm

Ronan and Storm

Ronan and Storm

Ronan and Storm


Ronan and Storm

RONAN Keating will tie the knot with fiancee Storm in one of his favourite Scottish hotels.

Ronan recently admitted he will be marrying the Australian TV producer in Scotland in two weeks' time - but had kept tight-lipped on the venue.

However, eagle-eyed followers of the couple may have the predicted the venue as the couple have previously gushed about the lavish surroundings.

Ronan (38) and Storm (34) are rumoured to be celebrating their nuptials in the exclusive Archerfield House estate in East Lothian - where the mansion can be rented out from an eye-watering €9,250 (£6,500) per night. They have close ties with the extravagant venue, having visited Archerfield weeks after the Boyzone singer popped the question to host a golf tournament on its private links course.

While Archerfield refused to comment on the event when contacted by the Herald last night, the wedding's section hotel's website features a testimonial by Keating.


"What Archerfield have done here is unbelievable," the singer said.

"They've made it very special and very exclusive but at the same time it's also very homely and I think the staff have a lot to do with that," he added after his stay.

Recently it was revealed Ronan and Storm will tie the knot on August 17 after the Dublin star lodged wedding banns - a proclamation of intention to marry legally required for Anglican weddings - in the nearby town of Haddington, which is located just outside of Edinburgh.

The marriage, which will be both Ronan and Storm's second time to wed, comes just four months after the couple got engaged while holidaying in Thailand.


Ronan and Storm, who have been together for three years, got engaged days after the popstar's divorce to Yvonne Connolly was finalised.

"All of our families are going to be there - everyone. Rather than doing it in Australia or in Ireland we said we'd go to neutral ground and meet there. It's a very special place for us," he told the Herald.