Thursday 25 December 2014

Taking after her mummy... Una Foden reveals daughter Aoife Belle loves the stage

Aishling Phelan

Published 05/02/2014 | 13:45

Pop star Una Healy has revealed her daughter loves playing dress-up on the set of the band’s music videos. (Instagram/Una Healy)
Aoife Belle and her dad hanging out (Instagram/Una Foden)
Aoife Belle loves the stage, her mummy says (Instagram/ Una Foden)
'Morning hugs' with her dad rugby ace Ben Foden. (Instagram/ Una Foden)
Una's 'pride and joy' Aoife Belle (Instagram/Una Foden)

Pop star Una Foden has revealed her daughter loves playing dress-up on the set of the band’s music videos.

The starlet is back to business after her stint in ITV’s hit diving show ‘Splash!’

‘‘I didn’t bring Aoife this time but I have taken her on set before.

‘‘She gets really excited – she’s at the age where she wants to try everything on, especially all the jewellery and shoes. She likes to cause a bit of chaos!’’ she said in her blog for Hello! magazine.

The mum-of-one left her swimming gear behind as The Saturday’s began filming their 17th music video.

‘‘Was in the studio laying down some vocals and I swear the demo singer must be my long lost voice twin!’’ she tweeted last night.

‘‘It’s been quite easy getting back into the swing of things because I’ve been so busy, so I feel like I haven’t really stopped,’’ she insisted in her blog.

Una got back into her sky-scraper heels to film for the band’s new single ‘Not Giving Up.’

‘‘I’m particularly excited because it’s my favourite song from the album. We all really love it, because it’s our style,’’ she said.

She joked that it was an unusual shoot because nobody in the band was pregnant while filming.

‘‘It’s actually the first video we’ve shot for a while where nobody was pregnant.

‘‘Frankie was so excited to be back, and she brought [son] Parker with her to the video,’’ she added.

The singer wished all the contestants still talking part in the diving show the best of luck.

‘‘I’m sad it’s all over as I was really getting into it, but it has got me back into swimming which is great.

‘‘There’s a bit after-party after the final, so I’m really looking forward to catching up with everyone again then,’’ she said.

Una, who braved a broken toe and bruising to take part, finished joint-second in her heat, but ultimately lost out to rugby player Austin Healey and left the show.

The girl group will release 'Not Giving Up' as the fifth cut from their latest album ‘Living For The Weekend.’

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