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Unofficial Custody Deal – Parents Rights (Children Come First) Celebrity News

Love rat star jets off with kids after access agreement 

DEAL: Ronan and his kids last week 
By Eoin Murphy, 06/06/2010 

BOYZONE love cheat Ronan Keating has flown off on holiday with his kids after hammering out an zwith his estranged wife Yvonne. 

We can reveal that the couple held secret talks last week to draw up the child-sharing pact, as his desperate battle to save their marriage faltered. 

Yvonne, who threw her love-rat hubby out last month over his fling with dancer Francine Cornell, 26, let him to take the kids to France to explain the new arrangements. 

And she also agreed to give the fallen star unrestricted access to his children, though he will only be allowed to have them on his own twice a week. 

FLING: Francine (Picture by Eroteme)A family friend told the News of the World: “Ronan’s finally accepted that getting back with Yvonne is a long way off. 

“They’re separated now and the practicalities need to be addressed. And Yvonne needed an access agreement so that the kids could start getting used to the idea.” 

Ronan, 33, and Yvonne, 36, met on Tuesday in the family home where they sketched out the deal. 

Ronan started his stint as a part-time dad on Wednesday by picking up Marie, 9, from her dance class in Dublin. 

He then drove back to the family home where he collected his other children, Jack, 11, and Ali, 4, and took them for a Chinese meal. 

And on Friday he flew out with them to a villa in the south of France for a week without their mum. 

RAW: Wife Yvonne”Right now they are the number one priority,” said the pal. “He’ll explain the situation and that both he and Yvonne love them. It is a heartbreaking time but he knows this will be the only chance he gets to do it. 

“Things are still very raw with Yvonne, but they have to put that behind them for the sake of the kids.” 

Former model Yvonne has agreed to take the kids Down Under for the summer while Ronan works on the Australian X Factor. But she insists the move is not a reconciliation. A pal said: “At the moment, getting back with Ronan is the last thing on her mind. She’s still devastated.” 

“She needs to decide whether she can forgive him for hurting her in the way he did.” 

Our comment:

07 June 2010 at 01:33

  • I think it’s positive that they could keep their personal feelings regarding their ‘relationship’ to one side and agree together something which works for their children. they are doing what some parents fail to do which is by all means be angry and resentful and hurt (as in this case she probably is and she has every right to end the relationship and not want him back after his deceit) but the children are getting both parents working together to try to ensure the parental relationship does not suffer too much and credit to the father as well he’s not just buggered off with his new bit and just washed his hands of his children just because the mother no longer wants a relationship with him.

07 June 2010 at 01:41

  •  An ideal situation yes….reality for me and many others not likely! Anger on my child mother is too strong to overlook the best interest of our kid we have together. Worse yet…Never did a thing to her except had her arrested for domestic assault with a butcher knife.
07 June 2010 at 01:59

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52 Responses to Equal Rights for Men

  1. towardchange says:

    Do not men understand the concept of putting something on the end of it?
    So, the woman told you she was on the pill, fair enough. But, men also owe themselves a duty of care by taking care of their own sexual health.

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