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The Saturdays perform first show without Una Healy

The Saturdays performed together last night for the first time since Una Healy went on maternity leave.

The ‘All Fired Up’ girlband, who are said to be in talks to star in their own US reality show, presented and performed at the BAFTA Games Awards in London without the Irish singer, who was resting at home after gave birth to daughter Aoife Belle on Wednesday.

The new mother tweeted before the event to let her bandmates know she was thinking of them: “Miss my @TheSaturdays girls, first show I have ever missed since being in the band :( Have a great show but (don't be too good without me) ;P.”

Rochelle then replied: “Missing you already babe! Call you after.”

The 30-year-old, who is engaged to England rugby union star Ben Foden, had earlier tweeted to express her joy at being allowed home after three nights in hospital:

“Back home today with Aoife Belle:-).Thanks so much to all staff who looked after us so well in The Chelsea Westminster Hospital x.”




Watch a recent Sport Relief interview with The Saturdays below: