The Saturdays star Una Healy has been through a lot recently, what with the recent stag party scandal involving her fiancé Ben Foden, but it seems that the poor singer has also been suffering with the baby blues following the birth of her daughter Aoife Belle in March.
The 30-year-old singer has spoken out about the 'fourth day blues', revealing that she feels guilty for being part of one of the UK’s biggest girl bands, believing that not being able to breast feed due to work commitments contributed to her depression.
In a candid interview with The Mirror, Una confessed: "I got quite teary. They call it the fourth day blues. I really missed being pregnant and having her to myself.”
"When she's out there, she's out there for everyone to look at. She's not just yours anymore."
Una added: "The fact that I wasn't going to breastfeed her made me feel a bit of the blues. I would really love to, but because of work and everything I wasn't able to.”
"I just knew it wouldn't be practical to be performing on stage with big leaky boobs full of milk."
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