Mummy's little water baby: The Saturdays' Una Healy takes daughter Aoife for a swim in the pool
00:16 GMT, 4 September 2012
Una Healy has been busy splitting her time between motherhood and her Saturdays commitments since the band arrived in Los Angeles last month.
But yesterday (Monday), the Irish singer took time out of filming the group's reality show for some pool action with her six-month-old daughter Aoife.
The 30-year-old posted a series of candid Twitter photos of her little girl enjoying a dip in the hotel pool.
Water baby: Una Healy takes daughter Aoife for a dip in the hotel pool in Los Angeles
With proud mum Una looking slim in a bikini, little Aofie was well-dressed for the pool in a blue and pink polka-dot swimsuit with a floral hat to protect her delicate skin from the warm sunshine.
Una wrote on Twitter: 'Pool time!… Little swimmer!!'
Mother-and-daughter's pool time came after an enjoyable Sunday, where Una admitted she was enthralled by her daughter's newfound fondness for squealing with delight.
She tweeted: 'Had a lovely Sunday strolling Aoife Belle in L.A, she was in such good form all day, squealing is her new forte! #adorable.'
Little swimmer: The six-month-old tot looked like she was enjoying the water
Una has spent the past few weeks in LA with her bandmates and her mother Anne Healy, who has been helping look after Aoife when she has to work.
Meanwhile, Una's rugby player husband Ben Foden is back home in Britain.
The couple tied the knot in Una's home country of Tipperary in Ireland in June after a four year courtship.
The Saturdays' work commitments in the U.S. meant bandmate Rochelle Humes also had to have a brief honeymoon with her new husband, JLS singer Marvin Humes, leaving him just over a week after their wedding at Blenheim Palace.
Flexible: Over the weekend, Una posted another Instagram photo of Aoife putting her foot in her mouth
Una, Rochelle, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White are hoping to break America after filming a new reality show for the E! network.
Confirming they would be shooting a pilot for the series, Mollie said in an interview earlier this year: 'We’re going over to film a pilot basically, in a few weeks time.
'Hopefully, fingers crossed we’ll do a series documenting us hopefully cracking America.'
And Rochelle added: 'We’re doing a pilot. We see if we like it and they like it. We’ve done a reality show before but this is going to be different because we’re not on home turf, we’re away.'
American style: Una and her bandmate Mollie King have been buying baseball caps during their stay