Cheryl's pop career saved her from an uncertain future

Cheryl's pop career saved her from an uncertain future

Cheryl's pop career saved her from an uncertain future

Today, Cheryl celebrated a huge feat, and while she dodged questions about whether she was still with Liam, who she shares 1-year-old baby Bear with, she was more than happy to share details about her latest venture.

It was also reported by The Sun that Liam has spoken to lawyers to see what a split would mean for their shared assets and the care of their son - with Liam holding an estimated £54million fortune, and Cheryl around £20million.

The pair have reportedly held crisis talks to try and save their relationship for the sake of their 11-month-old son Bear, but sources say they're headed for splitsville.

During her TV interview on BBC Breakfast, Cheryl was quizzed about how she feels having the status of her relationship constantly scrutinised but she refused to be drawn on her private life and insisted her current focus is on her charity work. You know, self-esteem issues, confidence issues.

'None of that matters, this is the most important part for me'.

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"No, it doesn't bother me", Cheryl told the BBC.

The star developed and was treated for malaria in 2010, the same year that her once fairytale marriage to footballer Ashley Cole ended.

It is unknown when the pair officially broke-up, but they were granted a divorce in October 2016.

British star Cheryl has confessed that her pop career saved her from an uncertain future.

The mother-of-one added that her relationship with the Prince's Trust was "the ideal marriage".

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The source said, "Cheryl is very private and doesn't want Bear's life to be lived in public, while Liam was so proud he couldn't stop talking about his son, and by extension, Cheryl".

'No it doesn't bother me at all as my focus is exclusively on this.

Cheryl has thanked her legions of fans who showed up in force today for the opening of a Prince's Trust Centre in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Express.co.uk has contacted a representative of Cheryl and Liam for comment.

'No it doesn't bother me at all because my focus is exclusively on this because I've waited seven years for this, ' she said. 'None of that matters, this is the most important part for me'.

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