After Una Healy confirmed she was single since reportedly "splitting" from her rumoured throuple with David Haye and Siân Osbourne, the boxing star has now appeared to have taken a swipe at The Saturdays singer.
While Una, 41, said she is currently "single" and focusing on her children, David, 42, broke his silence by posting a picture of himself and Siân, 30, with three other women while partying at the SXM Festival in Saint Martin in the Caribbean.
And the star appeared to hint that he and Siân could find someone to take Una's place, as he wrote cryptically: "We experienced an unexpected opening in our team, but the invigorating atmosphere at the @sxmfestival ensures that we'll soon have a full roster."
Many fans rushed to comment on the post, with one writing: "Has David haye gone from a trouple to a quintet!!! Una Healy must have been something else if it took three to replace her."
"Man said a full roster," another joked, while a third shared: "Here he goes, recruiting a replacement for his Thruple."
Una had reportedly been involved in a three-way relationship with boxer David and model Siân since the start of the year.
Rumours of the throuple began at the beginning of the year when David celebrated the New Year with a trip to Marrakesh, Morocco, with Siân and Una.
David appeared to confirm he was in a relationship with both Una and Siân as he gushed over them on Valentine’s Day, by writing: "Happy Valentine’s Day to the beautiful Queens in my life, making my world a better place to live in!”
He previously addressed claims the three of them were romantically involved by saying in January: “I like to keep my private life private. I let people in through my social media a little bit, but what I do behind closed doors is between me and the girls involved.”
But following reports of their split, Una said she now wants to focus on being a mother to her two children Aoife, 10, and Tadhg, eight, who she shares with rugby player ex husband Ben Foden, 37.
"I am single and raising my two children, just like many other single parents – both men and women – doing a great job," she told the Irish Mirror.
"I am a single parent, I don't like the term single mother as it has negative connotations.
"You can't do it all by yourself, there is no shame in asking for help, be that from childcare, family or friends."
It comes after a source previously told OK! that Una's reported relationship with David and Siân became "a bit complicated" and she decided it was best to take a step back.
They added: "Una didn’t think the throuple would get so much attention. She was getting a lot of negative comments about it, and she just didn’t think it was worth it in the end.
"It went from something fun into a big media frenzy and everyone seemed to be talking about it.”
OK! previously reached out to Una's reps for comment.
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