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She'll be lying there, with her tiny hands up by her face - she's so ladylike - and my heart could burst with love for her."Una Healy and Ben Foden have welcomed their first child. In an interview with a British magazine, the hitmaker expressed her excitement at having a little girl as she herself grew up around lots of women.The Saturdays star gave birth to a baby girl called Aoife Belle Foden, who weighed 7lbs 13oz. She said: "I come from a family of girls, I went to an all-girls school and I'm in a girl band, so I guess it's fitting that I'm having a daughter." While Foden, who recently returned from England's ill-fated World Cup endeavours, enthused: "I am delighted." The Tipperary-born star also confirmed that she will work through the pregnancy and fully intends to join the band on their All Fired Up UK tour, which kicks off next week.Stylish & Pregnant SOURCE: DAILY MAIL Una Healy has reassured fans that she is not leaving The Saturdays to have a baby, and will remain "fully committed" to the band.The Irish singer, who announced that she was expecting her first child with Rugby star Ben Foden last week, said that the news had come as a surprise - even to her. [sic]"Una Healy has announced that she is pregnant with boyfriend Ben Foden's baby. Ben and Una are going to be fab parents," they said. Co-written with Amy Wadge, Grammy-winning co-writer of Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud, the ballad developed into a duet and Una found the perfect singing partner in Palladio.The Irish singer-songwriter and one fifth of successful girl band The Saturdays, can’t wait for fans to see her return to her roots for her solo debut.Frankie competed on Strictly Come Dancing and filmed a documentary on trolls for Channel 5, whilst Rochelle has been fronting TV shows such as The Xtra Factor.
Una has teased a couple of tracks from the new album ahead of first single Stay My Love.
Elsewhere, Vanessa White has been earning acclaim for her own efforts, which have been independently released but have yet to enter the charts.
The other two members, Rochelle Humes and Frankie Bridge, have been focussing more on other ventures since the group took a hiatus in 2014.
To celebrate the single and album release, on top of the newly announced Bush Hall Show, Una plays two other very special, intimate shows, the first at London’s St Pancras Old Church on 15th February and the second at Dublin’s The Sugar Club on 16th February.
Una will be joined on these dates by rising country star Catherine Mc Grath.