Una Healy reflects on 'worst six months' of her life following throuple drama
Una Healy is ready to leave those 'throuple' rumours behind following the worst six months of her life.
Una Healy has revealed the drama and judgment surrounding her relationship with David Haye has been incredibly tough and said the past six months were the "worst of my life you know".
The singer told The Sunday Times that she is ready for all this 'throuple drama' to end following months of online abuse.
"I just want it to be over and put it all behind me," Una told the publication.
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The mum-of-two wished she had spoken out against the claims earlier than she did but thought it would all blow over if she ignored it.
She explained that she met Haye on the celebrity dating app Raya, but he told her he was single when they first started talking.
She shared, "He told me he was single. He said that he just broke up with his girlfriend."
"We’re a similar age, both divorced and he’s got kids as well. I knew that he wasn’t going to be husband material, but I thought, ‘I’ve been single for a while and I just want to have a bit of fun’. I wasn’t looking for a husband," she added.
Fans have been praising Healy for being so honest about her time with Haye after months of speculation.
She stressed that she is now ready to move on and is currently focusing on her family and music career.
Despite the waves of online abuse, Una stressed that she doesn't regret anything.
"I wasn’t and I’m still not embarrassed and I’ll stand over that. If they’re a bit embarrassed and blushing for me it’s because they’re just embarrassed about anything."
"I don’t regret anything," the mum said.
"For now, I’m happy on my own. I’m genuinely happy"
Una Healy recently released her new single 'Walk Away' which is about leaving a relationship that no longer serves you.
The singer confirmed she is happily single and enjoying her life again.
"I’ve been really unlucky in love. Some people just get the luck and they find the one and they settle down young and they have kids. I know people say ‘Oh but are they really happy’, I think lots are actually."
She added, "For now, I’m happy on my own. I’m genuinely happy. This is one of the longest spells of being single and literally not even having a date.
"You get really used to being on your own. Every night going to bed yourself, your own routine. No one annoying you. No drama. Literally none," she shared.