Cheryl Opens Up About Motherhood To Vogue

Cheryl Opens Up About Motherhood To Vogue
Laura Bracken
Laura Bracken

18 Oct 2017

Following the announcement that she's bringing out lip-kits with L'Oreal, Cheryl has been chatting to Vogue about beauty regimes, becoming a mother and her life in general.

Cheryl told Vogue 'I’ve actually got a new lip collection with L’Oréal Paris, which has three shades – peach, greige and burgundy. And one pound from each lip kit sold is going to my charity which is amazing for me. I’ve always had a really good relationship between my charity and L’Oréal and now we’re all intertwined with the Prince’s Trust so it just works.'


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Cheryl welcomed her first child, Bear, back in March with her boyfriend Liam Payne and has remained fairly private about her life, so an interview like this one is quite rare for Cheryl.

She told Vogue that her main way to relax these days is by sleeping. Cheryl said 'It’s just me, Liam and the baby rocking around 24/7, so you don’t have one second to yourself really, especially not in that first three months. They’re so precious. So when someone said 'go for an hour', I was like: hallelujah! I think that should be a gift to any new mother.'

She's admitted that her life has changed since becoming a mother, and she feels differently about everything. 'I think I’m still adapting in some ways. Firstly you see the fear in everything, like sharp edges! Your whole being changes because it’s not about you anymore. If something happens to you it doesn’t matter as much but if it happened to your child, the impact would be severe.'

Cheryl doesn't just fear those things though. She also opened up about social media. 

'I do worry about where social media will be headed by the time he’s old enough to have it, you know? It’s scary. I’m so glad I didn’t have social media when I was growing up. We didn’t have any of that. I’m glad I was able to have a popstar life without camera phones in those early days. Everyone’s a paparazzi now. Then you just signed autographs. Nobody wants those anymore!'

Read Cheryl's full interview with Vogue .