David Haye speaks out on his 'throuple' relationship with two women
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Former world heavyweight champion David Haye was in attendance at Manchester's AO Arena on Saturday night (22 January) to watch a thrilling domestic dust-up between Liam Smith and Chris Eubank Jr.
However, away from the action in the ring, the 42-year-old took the opportunity while he was there to speak about his 'throuple' relationship for the first time publicly.
Haye has made no secret of his relationship with Una Healy and Sian Osborne, having posted several pictures with the pair to his personal Instagram page.
The Brit appeared to confirm his relationship with both women as he arrived at the AO Arena, but maintained: 'I like to keep my private life private'.
He told the YouTube channel: "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. So yeah, I don’t really want to go into all that.”
As per The Sun, Haye's current relationship blossomed thanks to celebrity dating app Raya, which helped him connect with former 'The Saturdays' singer Healy.
Already with girlfriend Sian at the time, The Sun quotes 'insiders' who claim that the pair spoke to several prospective partners before bringing Healy into the relationship.
A friend of Haye's told the outlet: “David and Sian created a profile on Raya to find the perfect partner to enter their relationship.
“The app is very exclusive and discreet – which was perfect for them exploring their options.
“David and Sian were very much in this arrangement together and after being together for two years decided to open their relationship up.
“The profile was under David’s name and there were photographs of him and Sian together and glamorous photographs of her from around the world.
“As part of their profile they said they were ‘seeing what’s out there,’ and said they wanted to try ‘new experiences’. They spoke to a few people before being introduced to Una and they hit it off immediately.”
Their three-way partnership was revealed a few weeks back, as they spent the New Year together in Morocco.
In a post shared to his Instagram page, Haye, who retired from boxing back in 2018 after a knockout defeat to Tony Bellew, uploaded a picture of the trio in a hotel pool.
The BT Sport pundit captioned the snap with: “If a picture says a thousand words, then this one says exactly what it needs to."