Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Saturdays in a buzz for new phone

The Saturdays' Una Healy, Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes help launch the new iPhone
The Saturdays' Una Healy, Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes help launch the new iPhone

The Saturdays' Una Healy, Vanessa White, and Rochelle Humes joined in the buzz for the launch of Apple's new iPhone.

The girlband - minus pregnant bandmate Frankie Sandford and Mollie King who was in New York for a make-up launch - were at Phones4U on London's Oxford Street to celebrate the launch of the iPhone 5s and 5c.

Rochelle, 24, left husband Marvin holding the baby - posting a picture of him cuddling four-month-old daughter Alaia-Mai online.

She showed off her fabulous post-baby figure in a fitted pencil skirt.

Vanessa flaunted her curves in a figure-hugging, low-cut top and fitted skirt, while Una looked chic in a black, fifties-style dress.

The girls - who last year filmed their E! reality series Chasing The Saturdays in America - rely on their phones to keep in touch with friends and family when they are on the road.

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