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Stunning Una Healy shares gorgeous snaps from sunny Galway staycation

The mum-of-two has been posting photos from the trip to social media, and has most recently shared a photo modelling in a navy swimsuit with a gold buckle detail from Pretty Little Thing on Dog’s Bay Beach

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Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

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Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy has shared some more gorgeous snaps from her sunny staycation in Galway.

The mum-of-two has been posting photos from the trip to social media, and has most recently shared a photo modelling in a navy swimsuit with a gold buckle detail from Pretty Little Thing on Dog’s Bay Beach.

She captioned the photo, “Staycation,” before sharing another post that showed the singer sitting on some rocks near the sea.

Wearing some Levi’s shorts and a sage green crop top, Una looked holiday ready, pairing her outfit with some oversized sunglasses and some puka shell necklaces.

The Tipperary native wrote: “Had the best time x.”

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Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una Healy. Photo: Instagram

Una was previously married to rugby star Ben Foden, with whom she shares two kids – Aoife Belle (9) and Tadhg (6).

The pair went their separate ways in July 2018 after six years of marriage amid claims Ben was unfaithful.

The former Saturdays singer went on to date ex-Limerick hurler David Breen, but that relationship ended in early 2020.

Last year, Una and the kids made the move back to Ireland after years spent living in England. They are currently adjusting to life in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, where Una is from.

“I love being home,” she declared.

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“It was the perfect decision at the right time for me, to come home. I still work quite a bit between the UK and Ireland and the flights are more difficult at the minute.

"But I always said I’d move back to Ireland eventually and when the first lockdown happened, I was completely on my own, just me and the two kids.

“I was home-schooling and I was finding it very tough not having anyone else around me and not having support and help with childcare.

“My mum is an amazing help to me and for years she used to fly over to help me but she couldn’t because of the pandemic. I just thought, I can’t be here on my own like, I just want to move home. So, it was a no-brainer. I moved back last July.”

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