Una Healy has confirmed shes in a new relationship five months after splitting from husband of six years Ben Foden.
The former Saturdays singer shared a picture of herself with Irish hurler David Breen to Instagram on Sunday, telling her followers she could no longer keep her new man secret.
I have tried to hide him but hes too tall, she captioned the snap, which sees the pair dolled up to the nines and posing in front of a cosy Christmas tree.
Seriously Una, great tree tekkers.
David, 33, plays centre-forward in the ancient Gaelic game and is the captain of the Limerick senior team.
Unas new romance comes after she was linked to American male model Kenneth KP Guidroz as she tried to put her marriage woes behind her.
The pair were pictured holding hands as they strolled along the streets of Malibu, California, back in October and even made the romance Instagram official, but things went quiet in the months that followed.
Una and Ben married in Ireland in 2012 after four years of dating and welcomed two children together – six-year-old daughter Aoife and three-year-old son Tadhg.
However, the pair called time on their relationship in July after it was claimed the international Rugby Union fullback had an affair with PR girl Becky Milne.
Breaking her silence on the split for the first time in September, What About Us hitmaker Una admitted her life had been turned upside down by the split.
My life has been turned upside down and Im trying to figure it out. Im taking each day as it comes and just being there for my children, she explained.
The 37-year-old songstress added that she was putting all of her focus on looking after her kids and said she felt lucky to have them.
I never feel lonely or alone. Theyre lovely company and have brought joy into my life, she shared.
The most important job for me is to be the best parent I can and to provide and look after them. Theyre my priority.
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