She only gave birth a week ago, but busy mother Una Foden is already starting a healthy eating plan.
The mum-of-two gave birth to Tadhg John Foden last Monday and is set to be back at work within weeks on The Voice of Ireland.
She took to Instagram to post a picture of her fridge stocked with healthy goodies writing, "Excited to start my Soul Mate Food post-natal super healthy diet plan".
Una is in good company - Soul Mate Food supplies Team Great Britain with healthy meals and deliver tailored gourmet healthy meals to the doorstep, which is perfect for a busy new mum like Una.
The Saturdays singer brought her new son home last week.
"Finally back home with our bundle of joy," she said. "It's hard to believe we are now a family of four".
She has also been giving tips on how to pronounce her new son's name. "For anyone wondering how to pronounce Tadhg it's just like 'Tiger' without the 'r'," she wrote online.
Meanwhile, Una (33)and her husband Ben have been receiving lots of gifts for their newborn as well as for two-year-old Aoife Belle.
The happy couple received an illuminated canvas with Tadhg's name on it saying "Our Little Prince" while her bandmates have also been showering him with presents.
Rochelle Humes gifted him a Kenzo jumper with a tiger on the front.
Glam food and drinks
Socialites and scenesters can't get enough of new hotspot Siam Thai in Dundrum.
The restaurant and adjoining bar, The Candlelight Bar is a firm favourite with a gaggle of models including Rosanna Davison, Daniella Moyles, and the smouldering Sam Homan.
After tucking into Thai treats, the showbiz elite are known to relax to the twang of piano keys while sinking some dangerously delicious cocktails.
Cult play at theatre
It is the play that counts Tom Waits and Lou Reed amongst its biggest fans and now Orphans is coming to Dublin.
The play tells the tale of two nearly feral brothers and the mysterious businessman they kidnap.
Orphans premiered in 1983 at The Matrix Theatre Company in Los Angeles and will run at The New Theatre, Temple Bar from February 16 to 28 and tickets are from €12.