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Former Saturdays singer, Una Healy, has shared a lovely picture of herself and cancer campaigner Lynsey Bennett together with their children out for a leafy nature stroll. 

Captioning the picture on her Instagram page, Una wrote: “So good to get away for fun and chill with this gorgeous lot”, alongside a heart emoji.

Una and Lynsey have shared images from previous outings together and last month Una, who hails from Tipperary, showed the Longford mum-of-two around her home county.

On a trip to the Rock of Cashel Una posted some pictures of the pals at the historic site, writing: “Such a beautiful morning spent with you Lynsey.”

The pair enjoyed the sunshine as they explored the site in stylish leggings and hoodies.

Lynsey commented that she was “looking forward to [their] Longford stroll soon” and was also keen to show off her own photos of their big day out.

She captioned her post: “The Rock of Cashel off the bucket list. Best chinwag and stroll with the best soul @unahealy. Moms on tour.”

One of Lynsey’s followers commented: “Gorgeous girls, beautiful place to go for chats.”

Una later shared an Instagram story of the book The Magic by Rhonda Byrne – the third instalment of the best-selling The Secret series – which was gifted to her by Lynsey.

Lynsey returned home from Mexico at the end of April, where she was receiving intensive treatment following her terminal cervical cancer diagnosis.

She had travelled to Mexico for treatment after there was a delay in getting approval for her to start the immunotherapy drug Pembro in Ireland.

Lynsey revealed recently that she moved into a new house in Longford with her two daughters and is settling back into life in Ireland.

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She recently updated her followers to say she was “just so happy” even after being told she has a clot on her lung because one of her tumours has reduced in size thanks to treatment.

“The good news is one of my tumours has reduced a centimetre and a half [thanks to] everything that I have been doing and have done with Mexico, and only one session of Pembro,” she said on Instagram

“I'm just over the moon. I do look absolutely wiped because I've spent three days in Dublin, up and down and running around. I'm just so happy. [I was told] ‘you still have a blood clot’ but it doesn't even matter right now.

"It's just the best news. Amazing.”

As she navigates her battle with cancer, Lynsey says that “gratitude and strength” are what helps her through the tough days.

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