Cheryl admits that after she gave birth to Bear, her ‘life changed.’


Cheryl admits that after she gave birth to Bear, her “life changed.”

CHERYL claims that having her four-year-old son Bear changed her life.

Cheryl gave birth to her son in March 2017 with her ex-boyfriend Liam Payne.

While the former X Factor judge has managed to keep her son out of the spotlight for the most part, she recently spoke about motherhood in a new interview, revealing how her priorities changed once she became a mother.

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Cheryl told Women’s Health UK that she began caring “less about silly stuff” after giving birth to her child.

She explained, “When I became a mother to Bear, my perspective on life and the world shifted.”

“Now that I’m responsible for another human, I have a completely different perspective.”

“I’m more concerned with the important things in life, such as Bear’s health and happiness.”

Cheryl and Liam made their relationship public in February 2016 after being spotted together at a supermarket in Surrey.

The two eventually moved in together as their relationship progressed before announcing their pregnancy.

In spite of their busy showbiz careers, Liam and Cheryl have been actively co-parenting Bear since their split in July 2018.

During an interview with Glamour last year, Liam discussed his relationship with Cheryl since their breakup, insisting that his former flame was “the best person to co-parent with.”


“There’s no pressure here,” the Strip That Down singer explained.

“We spend a lot of time on FaceTime, and it’s very relaxed.”

“And it’s been really nice, and I’m closer to them now than I’ve ever been before, which is really nice.”

“However, bedtime FaceTime can go really well on occasion.”

“Or I bought him some toys yesterday that I showed them on FaceTime and it was like I had to go over and hand the toys over the fence!” Liam concluded.

Following the death of her former bandmate and pal Sarah Harding, Cheryl announced in December that she would not be continuing her BBC Sounds You, Me, and Randamp;B podcast.

The latter died in September after a battle with breast cancer that had spread to other parts of her body.

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I care less about silly stuff and more about the important things



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