Mother and Baby

Una Foden’s too exhausted to think about a third baby!

Section: Celebrity Mums

If you’ve just had your second baby and are feeling exhausted all day long, feel safe in the knowledge that the celebs feel the same. Una from The Saturdays has admitted that her two children are wearing her out so much that she won’t consider a third!

Una - who has three-year-old daughter Aoife and four-month-old son Tadhg with husband Ben Foden - insists they have no plans to add to their brood "at the moment" because they're both run off their feet.

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She said: "I've been feeling quite tired lately because I still have to get up every night to feed Tadhg. Aoife hit the terrible twos a while back. She's three now, but still cries for Mummy and Daddy. I sometimes let her come into our bed, so there's four of us in our little room! I absolutely love being a mum, but I'm exhausted!

"I don't want any more babies at the moment. I felt like I really wanted another one after having Aoife, but not this time around!"

However, Una admits having Ben - who is currently having time off from his job as a rugby player due to a knee injury - around is a great help.

She confessed in Closer magazine: "It was horrible for Ben when he found out in January that he'd be off for up to nine months, but he's very positive. And I've got lots of rugby players' wives around me - we often go for big lunches together and they come over to see the kids."

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We love this photo (above) that Una shared on her Instagram page, captioned: “It's safe to say Tadhg is not a fan of the selfie!”

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  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited before moving on to write about family cars for - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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