Una Foden shares sweet photos from family holiday

Una Foden couldn't be more proud of her adorable family. The Saturdays singer has shared a number of snaps from her recent getaway with husband Ben Foden and their two children, Aoife Belle, three, and seven-month-old Tadhg, telling her followers: "Nothing is more important in life than family".

The most recent picture shows the mum-of-two looking glamorous in a cream slip dress, cradling a smiling baby Tadhg in her arms while Aoife Belle clings on to her legs. The two children appear to be the spitting image of their mum with big blue eyes and fair skin.

Nothing is more important in life than family x

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Una Foden has just returned from a family holiday

Another image shows rugby player Ben holding Tadhg, who looks cute in a Thomas the Tank Engine cap to protect him from the sun. "My muscles are bigger than yours Daddy! @ben_foden," Una captioned the image.

Una also shared a gorgeous "family selfie", showing herself sat with baby Tadhg while Ben lies out on a sun lounger with Aoife on his lap.

My muscles are bigger than yours Daddy! @ben_foden 💪 😂

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Una and Ben welcomed their son Tadhg in February

Unsurprisingly the series of family photos have proved popular with Una's followers, with each attracting hundreds of comments declaring them a "beautiful family" and another writing: "just the cutest".

Both Una and Ben are besotted with their two children and often share photos and videos of the brother and sister together on Instagram. The couple welcomed son Tadhg on 2 February and first introduced their baby boy in an exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine. As well as discussing his birth, they also explained their reasoning behind Tadhg's traditional Irish name.

Family selfie! X

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Una told her followers that "nothing is more important than family"

"We were going over names for ages and I'd suggest Ty, which I really liked, when Una said, 'There's an Irish name that's very similar," Ben explained. "As soon as she said it, I thought, 'That's cool.' With Una being Irish and Aoife having a traditional Irish name, it seemed fitting."

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