Una Healy promises a Saturdays reunion
Una Healy has promised fans of The Saturdays that they will get back together.
The British girl group have been on hiatus since March 2015 but 'Disco Love' hitmaker has assured everyone they will reunite in the next couple of years for more music and shows.
Answering fans question on a live Facebook chat with The Sun newspaper's Bizarre columnist Dan Wootton, Una said: "I don't miss being a Saturday because I'll always be a Saturday. We'll be back together in the next couple of years hopefully. We will be back."
The band, also comprised of Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King and Vanessa White, haven't released an album since 2013's 'Living For the Weekend', but 34-year-old Una has just finished her solo album which will be out later this year.
Una - who has reverted to her maiden name for the LP - teased the as yet untitled record has been "whittled it down to 12 [tracks] that I'm really happy with" and also revealed her two children were a great inspiration for the tracks.
Una - who has four-year-old daughter Aoife and 21-month-old son Tadhg with her husband, England rugby player Ben Foden - said: "They've really helped me in a way. They greatly inspire me."
The Irish songstress has remained very coy about the details of the record, but has hinted that there may be a duet or two on the album.
When asked if there are any collaborations, she wryly stated: "That's a good, good question that's all I can say."
Una's first single is expected to drop in the next couple of weeks and she suggested her album "might follow two or three months later".