Una Healy finishes solo album
Una Healy has "finished" her solo album.
The Saturdays star has announced her debut LP is ready to go and she cannot wait for her fans to listen to her first songs on her own.
Taking to her Twitter account to share her excitement, she said: "I can't believe it's actually finished so so excited to share this with everyone (sic)"
Una's publisher Metrophonic Music also announced that her album is completed on their official Twitter account and teased that it is a "brilliant" collection of tracks with a few surprises.
The tweet read: "Delivered today New finished @UnaHealy album, It is a brilliant record with a surprise or 2 Great pleasure having Una in, Top talent... (sic)"
Una has been busy working on her own music since The Saturdays announced they were going on hiatus in March 2015, and has reverted to her maiden name to release the album.
The 34-year-old pop beauty is married to England rugby player Ben Foden - with whom she has daughter Aoife, four, and 16-month-old son Tadhg - and had been using her married surname whilst in The Saturdays.
Previously describing the record she was making, Una said: "My solo sound will definitely be more organic than The Saturdays ... It's more singer songwriter, me with a guitar singing and writing about my experiences."
Una is not the only member of the girl group launching a solo career.
Mollie King is releasing her own LP later this year, while Vanessa White has already released her solo EP 'Chapter One' and plans to bring out a full album in 2016.
So far, Rochelle Humes and Frankie Bridge have been concentrating on projects away from music.