Ronan Keating’s daughter Missy was spotted pouring coffee at a local cafe in Coogee after relocating to Australia to pursue her acting career.
The 21-year-old model and aspiring star left home in Ireland for sunny Australia and will be making lattes to pay her own way on her new adventure.
Looking ever the dedicated employee, the famous offspring donned a silk bandana and was seen getting stuck in on Monday, taking orders and restocking shelves at Little Jack Horner Cafe.
Keeping it causal in a white tank top and minimal gold jewellery, the redheaded beauty appeared hard at work as she concentrated on working her till and serving customers.
The new job came after the Boyzone member’s daughter said goodbye to her hometown of Dublin via a collection of photographs in an emotional Instagram post.
Alongside the carousel of memories, Missy wrote: ‘An emotional last trip to Dublin.
‘2 weeks until I head to the land of Aus.
‘Goodbyes are never easy but so excited for a new chapter. Love you all [sic].’
Recapping on her first week in Sydney, the young starlet kept followers and loved ones updated with another gallery of images that showed Missy having a ball of a time in her new home.
Posting selfies, sunsets, concerts and delicious food snaps, the aspiring actress caught the attention of her dad’s Australian wife, Storm who added: ‘Very bored and uneventful I see… I love you!!
‘Keep living it Missy Moo – we are so happy for you.
‘We’ll be there to join you as soon as we can #sojealous xx [sic].’
Storm wasn’t the only one to acknowledge Missy’s absence, however, as Ronan also shared his feelings about his daughter’s departure on the platform.
Uploading a sweet photo of Missy – who he shares with his first wife Yvonne Connolly – hugging younger half siblings Cooper and Coco, the popstar penned: ‘Off she goes.
‘Australia watch out @missyykeating is on her way. Heart hurts so much.
‘We are all going to miss her like crazy. I’m so excited for ya Moo moo.
‘Massive thank you to all the team @virginatlantic for taking such great care [sic].’
Her brother Jack, who appeared on the most recent series of Love Island, shared in his father’s sadness by posting a crying emoji and a red love heart underneath the image.
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