The Saturdays talk marriage, babies and their “crazy” hen parties

The Saturdays are planning to go “crazy” on the hen parties they throw for Una Healy and Rochelle Wiseman this summer.

The girls, who chatted to in Glasgow earlier this week, revealed they want to upstage Ben Foden and Marvin Humes's stag dos, the events of which have been splashed across the papers in recent days.

Speaking about the plans for their wild night out, Frankie Sandford said: They’re doing a joint thing, they’re doing some stuff with their own friends and then we’re all getting together at the end, so it’s going to be good I’m sure, it’s going to be a bit crazy, but we’re excited.”

Una, who will marry rugby player Ben this summer, added: “The hens are going to take on the stags, because the stags they’ve had their night, but the hens are going to come out and party now.

“So watch out stags. The hens are on the prowl!”

New mum Una, who gave birth to beautiful baby girl Aoife Belle in March, has already got her stunning figure back and credited keeping busy with helping her to snap back in shape.

Asked what her secret is, Una, 30, said: “Just lots of bottles to be made, nappies to be changed, it keeps me on my toes.”

She continued: “It’s a brand new change, a whole new life for me, but it’s amazing at the same time, I love it.”

Between performing with The Saturdays, being a new mum and planning her wedding, it’s an extremely busy time for Una, who revealed she’s getting some tips from a wedding planner who is helping with the organisation of her big day.

Rochelle Wiseman, 23, is also planning to marry her beau this summer, JLS singer Marvin Humes and said the plans are coming together nicely.

“We’re just taking it one day at a time, but it’s going well,” she revealed.

Fellow Saturdays member Molllie King hasn’t been immune to romance rumours lately, being linked to Prince Harry and several of the performers of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent – but the stunning blonde revealed there’s no truth in the rumours.

“No it’s all just gone a bit out of control,” she said of the Prince Harry stories, adding: “Apparently there’s a new rumour every day and it’s hard to keep up with. My parents are like ‘oh another boy’, and I’m like ‘I don’t even know half of them’, it’s ridiculous!”

The Saturdays will perform at In:Demand in Glasgow  this Sunday.


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