Boxer David Haye has remained tight-lipped over what he does "behind closed doors" after being quizzed about rumours linking him to former Saturdays singer Una Healy.
David, 42, was asked whether he was in an alleged throuple with his model girlfriend Sian Osborne and the Irish singer whilst at a boxing event in Manchester over the weekend.
Speaking at the event to Pro Boxing Fans, David said: “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."
He added: “So yeah, I don’t really want to go into all that.”
David was first connected to his girlfriend Sian in 2020 and they have since made their relationship public.
Rumours of a throuple with Una began swirling after the trio made headlines after enjoying a relaxing winter break together in Morocco, sharing some snaps while they enjoyed the sun together.
After sharing a selection of photos with her fans, Una admitted that she felt "at peace".
However, following their holiday, The Sun has reported that David and Sian may have also struck up a close friendship with swimwear designer Antonia Christopher.
But a source close to Una told the publication that she was "not worried" by the claims.
They said: "Whatever's been going on in Costa Rica, Una's not worried at all. They are all grown-ups and she's happy for David and Sian to enjoy themselves however they like when she's not around."
OK! has contacted the representatives of both Una Healy and David Haye.
David has three children – a daughter named Sienna and two sons named Cassius and Kingston. He was previously married to ex-wife Natasha before the couple parted ways and split in 2015.
Una has two children herself, Aoife and Tadhg, who spent the festive season with their dad Ben Foden, his wife Jackie, and their baby sister Farrah in New York while Una enjoyed some well deserved down time over the holidays.
The TV presenter and singer swapped her life in England for a return home to her roots in Tipperary in the summer of 2020.
Since moving home Una's career has gone from strength to strength both with her music career and with her appearances on the small screen.
After returning to her homeland Una joined an Irish collective of female singers and musicians called "Irish Women in Harmony" and recorded a version of Dreams, which was first released by Irish rock band the Cranberries in 1992.
The new release was in aid of the charity SafeIreland, which deals with domestic abuse. She has also hosted an evening talk show, The 6 O'Clock Show in Ireland.
In 2021, she co-hosted an Irish music show on RTÉ One, The Heart of Saturday Night, with Loah.
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