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The Saturdays’ Una Foden Felt Broody Immediately After Birth

It didn’t take long for The Saturdays singer Una Foden to feel broody again. Minutes in fact…

Most women claim to ‘never give birth again’ after popping one out, but not Una. Oh no. She recently revealed that broodiness kicked in as soon as she had her daughter Aiofe back in March 2012.

‘I was very broody immediately after Aoife's birth,’ explained the star in an interview with Cosmopolitan Body.

While Una admits she’s feeling the urge to get pregnant again with hubby Ben Foden, the 32-year-old is putting off baby-making for now, while they enjoy baby number one. Plus, her and fellow band members Rochelle Humes, Frankie Sandford, Mollie King and Vanessa White, need to prepare for their tour next year.

‘I'm just enjoying Aoife being young. I'm excited for The Saturdays to go on tour in 2014, so Ben and I aren't thinking about having another baby just yet...’

Worrying about her baby weight isn’t on the cards either as she explained her faddy diets veto, ‘I don't do diets, the only thing I've tried is a meal delivery service six weeks after Aoife was born, but I found myself adding extra carbs to the meals.’

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