Singer Una Foden expecting baby

Singer Una Foden expecting baby

The Saturdays star Una Foden has revealed she is expecting a baby boy with husband Ben.

The singer, who already has a three-year-old daughter Aiofe Belle with the rugby player, said he had a sixth sense they would have a son.

She told Hello! Magazine:“Ben was adamant from the moment we knew we’d conceived again that we were having a boy.

“I was convinced I was carrying a girl, mainly because this pregnancy is so similar to last time.

“I was actually a little bit taken aback when we found out we were going to have a son. But now I’m over the moon and can’t wait to meet our little boy.”

She also dismissed rumours The Saturdays are splitting up despite several of the band establishing careers outside the group.

She said: “If that was what we wanted, we would be honest about it and say so. ”We’re always going to be The Saturdays. None of us wants the group to end. So while we’ll go off and do our own things, it will always be in conjunction with what The Saturdays have going on. We’re definitely not splitting up.“

:: Read the full interview in Hello! Magazine, out now.

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