'All of my previous relationships were failures': Una Healy admits she's embraced the single life after divorcing her husband Ben Foden
Una Healy confirmed she is embracing the single life after branding all of her previous relationships as 'failures'.
Instead, the former Saturdays singer, 39, is focusing her attention on being a single parent following her split from Ben Foden, 35, in 2018 after he allegedly cheated on her with PR girl, Becky Milne.
She said he still spends time with their two children, Tadhg, six, and Aoife, nine, despite living abroad with his new partner, Jackie Belanoff Smith.
Una said to The Mirror on Saturday: 'All of my previous relationships were, ultimately, failures. There are good times, that’s why you try and stay but when you know the game is up, you have to say, this is it.'
According to Una, she has stayed in some relationships when they simply weren't working as she said not all romances are meant to last forever.
She continued: 'I am the primary carer of the kids. They are with me most of the time.
'He [Ben] is full time their dad, he spends chunks of quality time with them and checks in on them twice a week.'
She also stated that Ben loves his children very much while adding she would never 'air dirty laundry in public'.
Just one year after her split from the rugby player, he married his second wife Jackie on board a luxury yacht in Nantucket, Massachusetts, two weeks after they started dating.
The socialite announced her pregnancy soon after, and the couple welcomed their daughter, Farrah Abra Foden, in May last year. They are now based in the US.
Meanwhile, the Saturdays star relocated back to Ireland following the breakdown of her marriage.
She went on to have a relationship with David Breen, but split from him last year.
Earlier this week, Una talked about her divorce from Ben in an interview with The Sun.
She said: 'It'll be three years this summer since we split, so I have had the time to heal from all of that.
'The past year for everybody has been getting used to a new normal, but for me, the year before that was getting used to my new normal.
'I've had quite a bit of time to recover from it all. It was traumatic, the whole thing, it really was. But I am actually very happy right now.'
Una added she had to 'get used to my new life' and that she couldn't be at a 'better place' than with her family after relocating back to Ireland.