Una Healy breaks her silence on David Haye ‘throuple’ and admits she’s ‘relieved’ to share the truth

Una Healy breaks her silence on David Haye ‘throuple’  (@davidhaye)
Una Healy breaks her silence on David Haye ‘throuple’ (@davidhaye)

Una Healy has denied she was in three-way relationship with former heavyweight champion David Haye and model Sian Osborne.

The Saturdays star, 41, said she has been “trolled to death” after images surfaced of the trio on holiday in Morocco at the beginning of 2023, and has now claimed she was only in a casual relationship with Haye and “wasn’t romantic” with Osborne.

Appearing on podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me, Healy told hosts Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally: “I did meet her, really nice girl, I didn’t get to know her very well, it wasn’t a throuple.”

She continued: “The ‘T’ word, I had to google it myself because I’d never heard it, I was like what is this? Why am I being called this name that I have never heard of, I don’t know what it is.”

Healy explained she first met Haye on a dating app last summer, where the sports star said he had just broken up with his girlfriend but confirmed he doesn’t “believe that the traditional relationship exists any more”.

She described herself as a “monogamous person” and knew that Haye wasn’t “husband material” but following her divorce to Ben Foden said she was having a “bit of fun” and agreed it was a casual relationship.

She clarified: “I straight out asked him, ‘What are you looking for?’ because I did a Google and thought ‘I’m probably going straight from the frying pan to the fire with this one because he did exactly to his wife what my ex-husband did to me.’ I didn’t like that.”

“He was very honest that I wasn’t the only woman he was seeing, I was very aware he was seeing other people. I knew he was being honest and it’s not like I was being cheated on.

“I knew he wasn’t husband material, just a bit of fun, and I was enjoying it.”

Healy said Haye had requested she meet Osborne as the pair were “very special” to him and Healy said she “wasn’t fond of the idea” but thought being pictured together as a trio would ensure people didn’t believe Haye was cheating on Osborne with her.

She described Haye as being both of their boyfriend until she returned to Ireland in January when she “unsubscribed” to the relationship with Haye, re-iterating that Osborne was “not my girlfriend”.

“I really enjoyed my relationship with him, he is actually a really nice guy, he was very kind to me, very honest, but it run its course and I have been single ever since,” she said. “I don’t want to be part of a three-way relationship.”

The Irish singer said she feels “relieved” to share her side of the story, saying: “I’m actually getting to say the truth from the horse’s mouth, it’s not rumours, it’s the truth. I’m a monogamous person, hopefully I will settle down again one day with a nice monogamous man.”

Healy then agreed with comedian Joanne McNally that she had been “hoodwinked into a throuple”.

The Standard has contacted David Haye’s rep for comment.