Una Healy takes Aoife Belle for first swimming lesson, HOW adorable?!

Una Healy was once a champion swimmer for Ireland, so it was only a matter of time before she introduced her daughter, Aoife Belle, to swimming.

Una Healy took Aoife Belle for her first swimming lesson this weekendUna Healy took Aoife Belle for her first swimming lesson this weekend. Copyright [Una Healy]Yesterday, Una Healy took little Aoife Belle for her first swimming lesson and posted a photo of the pair of them in the water.

Una Healy tweeted the photo of Aoife Belle alongside the caption: "Aoife Belle loved her first @WaterBabies class! :)"

The snap showed Aoife Belle in a cute life vest, and Una without a scrap of makeup.

Una Healy  Ben FodenUna Healy recently revealed that she and Ben Foden have had to hire a nanny. Copyright [Una Healy]It looks as thought Una's enjoying spending time with Aoife Belle now that The Saturdays are through their CRAZY few months of work.

The girls have been working really hard to promote their reality show, Chasing the Saturdays, on both sides of the Atlantic.

Una recently admitted that she and husband Ben Foden have had to employ a nanny to help them look after Aoife Belle.

The SaturdaysUna Healy with her The Saturdays bandmates. Copyright [WENN]She told OK! magazine: "When I'm not working, she's with us all the time but when I'm working, if I can have her around, I will. We tried to do it ourselves but it was very hard, it's not a nine-to-five job and we struggled, so we got a nanny."

Una went on to reveal that it's been very hard to be away from Aoife Belle when she's working.

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The Saturdays singer said: "The first time I'd been apart from her was for a week in New York and I was so down.

"But being a mum is a full-time job no matter how you look at it. It never ends. Whether you're a stay-at-home mum or a working mum, a mother's work is never done. I love being a mum but I also have a job I love. I've learned that you don't have to sacrifice either, you have to balance them."