The cheeky Goggleboxer has reached a major milestone!
Australia's most lovable larrkin opens up about life's biggest lessons as he gets ready to blow out 60 candles.
In an interview with LifeStyle, Gogglebox Australia's Keith laughs and says that after reflecting on his life over the past six decades, he's pretty chuffed, "because my hair is still the same!"
And while he and wife Lee reside in Melbourne and are currently in a Stage 4 lockdown, he says he's still excited to "probably be getting a video of my kids and the grandkids."
"Lee and I will be at home probably having a cake by ourselves, but we've decided that once we're allowed to go out we're going to get the family together and just go out and have a big meal at a restaurant and just enjoy each other's company."
"It will be a combination of my birthday and Lee's... Because she celebrates her birthday ten days after me. But we'll see the family again, so it would be a big night I reckon!"
Asked if he feels like he's accomplished anything major in his lifetime, Keith can't go past the family he's proudly built alongside his loving wife.
"My biggest achievements would be getting married first to Lee and then having the kids and now even having a grand child.
"That's always been my plan, it's all I've wanted," he explains.
"All I hope is that my kids and their kids have a better life than what I had growing up."
And while Keith is usually quick to pull out a few jokes, he seriously believes that becoming a parent has helped him become the man he is today.
"You kind of appreciate your parents more when you become a parent, that's what I found out," he said.
If he could go back in time and give his younger self some words of advice, he says he doens't think his younger self would even listen.
"Well, when you're young you don't take advice, you just think you know everything," he said with a laugh.
"What I would say is just take everybody as you meet them. Don't listen to rumours, just take them as your find them. That's what I do when I meet people now."
And Keith has clearly noticed a shift in his own attitude as he matures.
"I think when I was younger I was a little more hotheaded, but as you get older you kind of relax a little bit. Take things in first before you react and just go with the flow."
Looking back on his younger years, Keith is filled with happiness as he relfects on his childhood.
"That's probably the only baby photo I've got - because growing up we never had cameras and stuff like that. We didn't take photos until I was about 17 or 18," he explained.
"It's a different generation with my grand daughter, we take photos and videos daily now."
And although the council worker has a physical job, he reveals he definitely looks after his health, particularly so he can be aorund for his loved ones in years to home.
"I'm pretty active. I do a little bit of weights and I go on the treadmill every now and then," he said.
"That's a secret that I go on the treadmill, people think 'how come you're so fit?' But I don't tell them I go on the treadmill."
Given he's no stranger to hard yakka, Keith reveals that he likes ot stay active to ensure his body doesn't ache. "I've got to keep going otherwise I freeze up."
One thing he definitely believes is, that the older you get, you do start to think about your health.
"We want to be around so we can see Riley go to school, take her to school, watch her graduate and be around for that.
"But also, Ivy, my son's partner has got a daughter from a previous relationship and she's like our granddaughter too. She's nine, we love to go kick the footy, can't wait to see the girls turning 18 and 21!"
Too sweet. Happy Birthday Keith!
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