Ronan Keating has shared his support for son Jack ahead of his Love Island debut.
The 22-year-old from Dublin is one of the five single lads heading into the Casa Amor villa on the ITV2 dating show.
Ahead of making his villa entrance, singer Ronan took to social media to mark the milestone moment for his eldest son.
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Sharing a photo of Jack to his Instagram profile, the Boyzone singer simply wrote: "Let's go."
Meanwhile, Ronan's wife Storm also shared her excitement as she posted on Jack's page: "Wooohooo."
The 45-year-old musician welcomed his son with ex-wife Yvonne Connolly.
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As well as Jack, the couple also share 21-year-old Missy and 16-year-old Ali.
Ronan has since married 40-year-old Australian model Storm, with the couple tying-the-knot in 2015.
Meanwhile, Jack – who works as a social media marketer in London – revealed his dad was "buzzing" over his villa stint.
"He will be watching when I’m on it for sure," he said.
"He’s buzzing for me, me and my dad are very close, we’re best mates."
However, he had better be on his best behaviour.
When Ronan was asked recently how he would feel if his children went on the ITV2 show, he admitted: “I wouldn’t be able to watch.”
Jack is not the first Love Island star this year to have famous family connections, with Michael Owen's daughter Gemma appearing on the series.
The show's infamous Casa Amor twist came as Antigoni Buxton and Charlie Radnedge were dumped from the villa tonight.
Their departure followed a public vote which placed them in the bottom two couples alongside Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page as well as Danica Taylor and Jay Younger.
Following her exit, Antigoni said: "I'm sad because I was having so much fun and I feel like the right guy didn't come in for me but you know, there's lot of guys on the outside.
"My Love Island experience has been so fun, intense, emotional and quick."
Charlie added: "It would have been good if there was some other girls in there that I would have got along with better.
"It's been great though. I literally loved it. Such a good experience."
Love Island continues on Saturday (July 2) at 9pm on ITV2.
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