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Una hunts for perfect pumpkin for Aoife Belle's first Halloween

UNA Healy's adorable daughter Aoife Belle is certainly getting into the Halloween spirit.

The Saturdays star and yummy mummy took a trip to a pumpkin patch in West Hollywood with the tiny tot earlier this week.

It will be Aoife Belle's first Halloween and mum Una wanted to find the perfect pumpkin to celebrate the spooky holiday.

The 31-year-old singer posted a picture of her daughter sitting in the middle of Mr Bones Pumpkin Patch on Twitter.

The super cute baby seems to have inherited her mum's sense of style and wore a pale pink baby doll dress and a red bow in her hair.

Una told her half a million Twitter followers that Aoife Belle was busy 'picking her first pumpkin'.

This is one in a series of adorable pictures the doting mum has posted on line. Last month Una posted pictures of herself and 7-month-old Aoife splashing about in a pool.

And just last week, the Tipperary native shared a picture of her rugby player husband Ben Foden feeding baby Aoife Belle.

As the rugby union player held the bottle to Aoife's mouth, the tiny baby struggled to keep her eyes open.

Ben and Una tied the knot in Tipperary this June having welcomed baby Aoife Belle into the world in March.

Ben, who is currently based in the UK, was over visiting his wife and daughter for a week.

The girls have been based in LA since August as they try to crack their way into the US Billboard charts.

But it was her Saturdays band mates; Rochelle Wiseman, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White who joined Una and Aoife on their pumpkin patch trip.

Baby Aoife Belle cooed and laughed as her celebrity 'aunties' took photos of her sitting beside the pumpkins.

While the rest of the band dressed casually, Mollie King may have regretted her footwear choice. The 25-year-old tottered about in a pair of sky high stilettos.

Their journey for British pop starlets to American megastars is being filmed for a US Reality TV show which will air on Entertainment channel E!

Since they arrived in the City of Angels, the girls have been living the high life -- attending glamorous red carpet events and even getting tattoos.

The band are spending so much time with the tot, who accompanies them to nearly all the events and is a regular in the TV series, that they've dubbed her the "Sixth Saturday".

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