Irish music royalty The Corrs touch down in Australia for Hunter Valley concert

Irish music royalty The Corrs touch down in Australia for Hunter Valley concert

Leaving them breathless! Irish music royalty The Corrs remain as impressive as ever as they touch down in Australia for the first time in 21 years.

The Corrs were known for their impressive looks and their music.

And Caroline, 49, and Sharon Corr, 52, showed they were still as stunning as ever when they arrived in Sydney ahead of their “one night only” concert.

The musician sisters, who rose to international fame with 1990s hits like ‘Breathless and Forgiven, Not Forgotten’, were seen posing for photos with fans.

Irish music royalty The Corrs, including Caroline Corr (pictured), touched down in Australia for the first time in 21 years on Wednesday ahead of their one-night-only gig in the Hunter Valley.

Despite the long-haul flight, Caroline seemed quite animated as she pushed her luggage through the terminal.

The star seemed to have aged barely since the peak of the Irish band’s fame.

She showed off her slender figure in a figure-hugging T-shirt along with black pants and white sneakers. She She completed her look with a gold necklace.

Despite the long-haul flight, Caroline seemed quite animated as she pushed her luggage through the Sydney airport terminal.

The star appeared to have barely aged since the Irish band’s peak of fame in the 1990s.

Sharon seemed to be carrying something lighter, simply pushing a suitcase and a guitar strapped to her back.

She also wore a baggy black ensemble along with a pair of rose-tinted sunglasses for her arrival.

The band’s bassist, Keith Duffy, was also seen arriving at the terminal.

Caroline opted for a figure-hugging T-shirt paired with black pants and white sneakers. She completed her look with a gold necklace.

At one point, he laughed and smiled as he made his way through the terminal.

Irish superstars will play the Hunter Valley at the Hope Estate, with special guests, ’90s hitmakers Wet Wet Wet.

The evening will certainly be a night to remember with The Corrs singing along with 500 drones that light up the sky in sync with several of their hits.

Speaking to Triple M radio this month, Sharon said it was crazy that the group hadn’t been Down Under for the past 21 years.

The band’s bassist, Keith Duffy, was also seen arriving at the terminal along with Sharon Corr.

Keith was seen with a guitar strapped to his back and was holding a camera.

“We’re super excited, we were going through the set list today,” Sharon said.

“It makes sense to be singing in Australia again, as we had our first Australian hit as a band, so it’s wonderful to be back,” he continued.

‘They [Aussies] welcomed us with open arms.

Caroline posed for photos with fans at the airport

Sharon also posed with fans with the Irish superstar telling Triple M radio this month that it was “crazy” that the band hadn’t returned to Australia for 21 years.

Sharon talked about the family band and their talent.

“We’ve often wondered over the years why one of us wasn’t a complete failure, like what are the chances,” he said.

‘I mean, music is an amazing thing to do. We love. Our parents raised us playing music, listening to music, listening to them. So we’ve been doing it our whole lives.

The Corrs will play at the Hope Estate on Saturday 26th November with the concert starting at 4pm

The Corrs will play at the Hope Estate on Saturday, November 26 with the concert starting at 4 pm Pictured: Sharon Corr