After six months of romance, Una Healy leaves her boyfriend for Saturdays star Una Healy


Una Healy reportedly ended their six-month romance with her Irish cop boyfriend after she split from him

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Una HealyAfter a six-month-long romance with an Irish cop, she is now single.

The singer, 40, had been seeing the Dublin-based officer in police custody since last year. His identity is kept secret.

There were reports that the pair had been on rocky ground over the weekend. Sundayworld.comThey were informed tonight by Una’s spokesperson: “Una is now single and no longer dating a member of the Garda.”

Una doesn’t seem to be taking the time to reflect on their relationship. It was initiated by a mutual friend.

Talk to Silver Screen BeatsAccording to a source, they were told: “She isn’t dwelling on it. She’s feeling great and embracing the single life.

“Una is busy with work and has her two kids to look after so it’s not like she’s twiddling her thumbs.”

Una shot to fame with chart-topping girl group The Saturdays in 2008 and she was previously married to rugby player Ben Foden from 2012 to 2018.

The singer-songwriter then dated David Breen, a Limerick hurler, for 18 months before they split in early 2020.

Una had returned to Ireland in 2020 to become a TV presenter, after 13 years in England, and she had spoken about using dating apps before embarking on her last relationship.

She told Silver Screen Beat last year: “I know a couple of people who have been on the apps and they’ve been messaged and told me, ‘A catfish is on, pretending to be you’, and it’s like, ‘That is me’.

“There’s a danger of that. People just don’t believe you might be on there.”

Una added: “I wouldn’t say I wouldn’t date a celebrity or someone in a normal job, or whatever normal is. What I do is normal for me.

“As long as they’re a nice person, that’s all I’m looking for — a decent, kind, caring and hardworking person. It doesn’t matter what they do.”

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