Una wows char­ity gala with Hol­ly­wood siren look

Irish Daily Mail - - News - By Ir­ish Daily Mail re­porter

THE Satur­days star Una Healy show­cased her plat­inum blonde look as she at­tended a char­ity gala in Lon­don.

Una, 37, was pic­tured at the Sparks char­ity’s Win­ter Ball at the Rose­wood Ho­tel, sport­ing a glam­orous navy lace dress.

Una added ooomph to her jaw-drop­ping ap­pear­ance by styling her new blonde locks into an old Hol­ly­wood wave and sport­ing berry-coloured lips.

The Tip­per­ary na­tive was joined by sports pre­sen­ter Kirsty Gal­lacher at the event, which raised £220,000 (€245,000) to­wards re­search into new stem-cell treat­ments for Duchenne Mus­cu­lar Dys­tro­phy, a life-lim­it­ing dis­ease which causes mus­cles to de­gen­er­ate.

The mother-of-two and her fam­ily are com­ing to the end of a tough year fol­low­ing her high-pro­file sep­a­ra­tion from her rugby player hus­band Ben Fo­den, who she mar­ried in 2012. He moved to the US shortly af­ter the pair split.

Una re­vealed last month that she hopes to re­main friends with her ex­hus­band, af­ter he was ac­cused of cheat­ing with a PR girl.

Speak­ing ear­lier this year, Una told Closer mag­a­zine that she wants to stay friends with Ben, adding that he’s the fa­ther of her chil­dren and that he is in her life for­ever.

The singer found fame with The Satur­days back in 2007. The group have been on hia­tus since 2014, leav­ing Una time to raise chil­dren Aoife, six, and Tadhg, three.

She had pre­vi­ously praised her band­mates for help­ing her through a rough patch.

Una re­cently gave her fans a glimpse into her fam­ily life as she shared a snap on In­sta­gram of her and her daugh­ter watch­ing the Late Late Toy Show to­gether.

The pair looked very snug on their sofa, with Una wear­ing a thick, colour­ful wool jumper and Aoife ly­ing with her head on her Mam’s shoul­der in her py­ja­mas, as they watched the pro­gramme on­line.

Sul­try: Una’s lace dress and plat­inum locks

Pals: Una with Ben and chil­dren

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