The singer and former member of The Saturdays first launched her footwear brand Una Healy Original Collection back in 2018 and the company has been going strong ever since, with hundreds of shoes and styles to choose from online.
The Tipperary native took to Instagram on Saturday to model some of the products in her latest collection, selecting some of her top picks for summer.
Sitting on a grey pouffe in front of an organised display of Una Healy Original Collection shoes, Una posed in a glamorous dress and showed off her favourite “little silver sandal for the summer” - her Born to Run heels in chrome, which are on sale for €49.99.
Next, the mum-of-two switched up her poses and threw one of her legs up onto the pouffe as she snapped a photo of her The Fall stilettos in sere grey, which also cost €49.99.
And on Sunday, Una opted for a more casual look, swapping her fancy dress for a more relaxed frock and ditching the heels.
Instead, she chose to wear a pair of black sandals from her collection – a €39.99 pair in the style Sugar – which were dotted with embellishments and had an adorable vinyl bow at the front.
“Not feeling ‘Healy’ today,” she joked.
It comes after Una’s ex-husband Ben Foden admitted he “pays the price” for cheating on the Irish singer by being trolled online.
The pair split in 2018 after 6 years of marriage amid rumours that the former England rugby player was unfaithful.
They share two children together: Aoife (10) and Tadhg (7) but Ben has since remarried Jackie Belanoff Smith, with whom he shares 1-year-old daughter Farrah.
“We live in a time where everyone is very accessible and everyone is critiquing,” Ben said.
“No one knows the ins and outs of my business but people get hot headed and make rash calls.
“If someone comments on my photos, they are entitled to their opinion. As long as my loved ones and those I am close to have my back, that is all that matters.
“I have made mistakes in the past, we all have, and I pay the price with getting hate and being trolled sometimes.
“Time is a healer and the more we live life, the more our mistakes will be forgiven.”