Inside Una Healy’s home with her two children as she moves back to Ireland following split from boyfriend

Inside Una Healy’s home with her two children as she moves back to Ireland following split from boyfriend


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Una Healy has lived in London for the best part of a decade but she recently relocated back to Ireland for a fresh start after breaking up with her boyfriend before lockdown.

The former Saturdays singer, 38, lived near her ex David Breen in Birmingham and moved back to Thurles in Co Tipperary at the end of July with her two children Aoife Belle, seven, and Tadhg, four.

After spending lockdown in her Birmingham home, Una revealed she was "heading back on the ferry" and had "come full circle".

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Back in July, Una shared a sultry black and white selfie writing in the caption: "Here’s to new beginnings and brighter days ahead #fresh #start lots to look forward to x"

A few days later and the solo artist was back in Ireland and joked in an Instagram Live that this was her staycation as she was "staying in Ireland". reported that Una has said of her move on social media: "Heading back on the ferry to Ireland.

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"I am feeling very nostalgic actually because the last time I was on a ferry was 13 years ago when I moved over to the UK first and so much has happened since.

"I came over in a Honda Civic and I put my whole life in it and it is like full circle because I am heading back to Ireland again. I can’t think of anywhere better to be during this really strange time than back home.

"See you at the other side. Here’s to new beginnings and brighter days ahead. Lots to look forward to!"

Since her move Una and her two children have been settling into their new place, and she has shared several snaps from inside their home.

Including an incredible shoe display for her impressive collection: "Finally my shoes get their own room! (No longer next to a bed) @unahealyoriginalcollection"

The musician who is also a shoe designer with her own brand, has also shared selfies of her wearing her own designs from different spots around the house.

One picture shows Una sitting on the dark carpet floors as she takes a snap in a huge silver vintage framed mirror that leans against a wall.

Una expertly holds her feet up to the camera to show off her heels, while in the reflection the diamond patterned wallpaper is visible.

In another picture, the mum of two, who was married to rugby player Ben Foden, wore a gorgeous red dress which showed a peek at her light grey carpeted hallway.

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She added in the caption: "Need somewhere special to go to wear this."

Elsewhere the stylish singer has been making use of the extra down time, by hosting "Sunday Sessions" in her living room.

Una shared a clip of her singing with her guitar in front of a cosy fireplace, with berry coloured walls and a vintage looking chest by her side.

In a sweet video with her two children taking part in a dance challenge the trio showed off their moves in front of the television in another room which is painted in a beige colour.

And now they're all settled in there new Irish home, Una has sent her children to the same school that she attended as a child.

Sharing a sweet snap of her youngsters all ready in their uniform after spending lockdown doing their school work from home, Una penned in the caption:

"They were so excited for their first day back at school in Ireland! Same school I went to as a child. History repeating itself! They’ll be learning some #gaeilge now"

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