'Ronan and I tell each we love each other 30 or 40 times a day,' reveals Storm Uechtritz
Storm Uechtritz has said "everything clicked" when she met partner Ronan Keating.
The pair have become known for their declarations of affection to one another and now Storm has said that the pair would be just as happy and in love even if they were broke.
"When you meet the one and everything clicks, life is just amazing and you do want to share it and you just have a positive approach to the world," Storm told the Herald.
"Meeting that person affects every single part of your whole existence.
"That's what everybody deserves, if you can find that everything else is peanuts - it really is. You don't care about superficial stuff - it becomes completely irrelevant," she continued.
"If something, God forbid, ever happened and we lost everything, I'd still be completely happy.
"I know in my heart that I would still consider myself to be the luckiest woman in the world because we'd be on a beach somewhere without a penny to our name but I would still be as in love, as happy and as fulfilled in my life and that's really special - I feel blessed," she added.
Storm (34) has been dating Ronan for more than two years after the pair met on the set of the Australian X Factor where she was a producer and he was a judge and she's not afraid to declare how happy they are.
"I'm not shy to talk about it. I'm not one of those people who feels like I need to hide my emotions or feelings of pride and love, that's how I am with everybody in life," she said. "It would be so boring if people could hear us - we probably say 'I love you' to each other 30 or 40 times a day in texts, by word, online.
"It's got to a point where I said to him: 'We say I love you so much that we've got to come up with a new word, let's make up another word for it'.
"And then you starting using other phrases like soul mate and is all a bit cliche - it's still not enough," she added.
The couple are currently looking for a house in Dublin as they plan to move to be closer to his children.
Ronan (38) has three children, Jack, Ali and Missy with his ex-wife Yvonne and Storm reveals they need an Irish base to be close to them.
"We're looking pretty much everywhere in north Dublin at the moment and I live on all the websites.
"I'm just trying to find somewhere with a bit of space and a bit of land so we can have animals and a little farm.
"We want to be based here for the kids, I know the Marker Hotel so well as we're always staying there because we don't have a home here anymore.
"We've been pushing to get here for two-and-a-half years now and now we need to find a property and we're done," she added.