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Thursday 25 December 2014

Healy: Rochelle will be a good mum

Una Healy said her bandmate will be a great mother
Una Healy said her bandmate will be a great mother

Rochelle Humes will be "fine" as a mum, her Saturdays bandmate Una Healy has said.

Singer Rochelle is expecting her first child with JLS star husband Marvin, and Una - who gave birth to daughter Aoife last March - reckons she doesn't need many tips.

"Every baby is different so what I do with Aoife may not be what Rochelle does with her baby. Rochelle is so good with all babies, she's got the natural maternal instinct down to a tee, so she'll be fine," she said at the Oz The Great And Powerful premiere in London.

However, the 29-year-old, who enjoyed a date night with rugby player husband Ben Foden, has been passing on some pregnancy advice.

"Because when you're pregnant, you only want to know what it's like to be pregnant, you sort of forget that a baby is going to come out at the end of it so I've given her all the pregnancy tips that I can," she said.

Ben added: "It's not to worry as well, because when you go through it the first time, you're worried that you're going to make mistakes and stuff. But you learn as you go along."

Una revealed that Rochelle and Marvin have thought of some names: "She's got a few names but I can't really say. They've got a mixture of boys and girls, because they don't know what they are having yet."

And she said that they will enjoy dates together with their little ones: "When their baby comes along, we'll have playdates and family days to the zoo and stuff like that."

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