'This lady knows how to travel!' Ronan Keating and his wife Storm give fans a glimpse at the high life as they travel First Class to Sydney for The Voice Australia  

He's a hugely successful pop singer, having sold 20 million records as a solo artist not to mention an additional 25 million as a member of Boyzone.

So it was of little surprise when Ronan Keating and his wife Storm were travelling First Class to Sydney ahead of his duties as a coach on The Voice Australia. 

The 39-year-old Irishman gave his Instagram followers a glimpse of the high life from inside the cabin as his leading lady kicked back in their luxurious surrounds.

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Lapping it up! Ronan Keating gave his Instagram followers a glimpse of the high life from inside the First Class cabin en route to Sydney at the weekend

Lapping it up! Ronan Keating gave his Instagram followers a glimpse of the high life from inside the First Class cabin en route to Sydney at the weekend

'This lady knows how to travel,' he wrote in the caption of one snap as Storm sat in a large brown leather chair. 

'Second leg to Sydney and loving Etihad Airways.'

The Australian-born Storm shared a snap of her beloved from inside the cabin as well, showing him wearing Wayfarer sunglasses while sipping on an orange beverage. 

'This lady knows how to travel': A seat in First Class with Etihad can cost upwards of $15,000

'This lady knows how to travel': A seat in First Class with Etihad can cost upwards of $15,000

'I'll be gate crashing his party once we take off,' she wrote, and in the hashtags suggested they had their own separate 'rooms' on the plane.  

A return flight from London to Sydney with the Abu Dhabi-based airline can cost upwards of $15,000 per person, no doubt making the 23-hour trip a lot more tolerable.

Ronan is returning to Australia where he will continue his role as coach on The Voice, having replaced Ricky Martin in season five. 

Heading Down Under: Ronan is returning to Australia where he will continue his role as coach on The Voic

Heading Down Under: Ronan is returning to Australia where he will continue his role as coach on The Voic

Happy couple: Ronan and Storm married in 2015

Happy couple: Ronan and Storm married in 2015

The singing reality series will go into the final phase with live performances, where the television audience and the coaches have equal say 50/50 in deciding who progresses through. 

The third episode of the Battle Rounds will be broadcast on Sunday 5 June, with live shows going ahead after June 6.

Catch The Voice Australia on Sunday June 5 and Monday June 6 at 7pm. 

Coaching duties: Catch The Voice Australia on Sunday June 5 and Monday June 6 at 7pm

Coaching duties: Catch The Voice Australia on Sunday June 5 and Monday June 6 at 7pm

 

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