Cheryl Reveals She Doesn't Have a Nanny in First TV Interview Since Giving Birth
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The first-time mom opens up about motherhood in her first televised interview in ten months after she stayed out of the spotlight to have her first baby with Liam Payne.

AceShowbiz - Cheryl Cole has broken her silence to give her first televised interview in ten months. After staying out of the spotlight to have her first baby with Liam Payne, the former Girls Aloud star opens up about becoming a mum in a teaser clip for the "This Morning" interview, which is set to air next week.

Cheryl talks candidly about how she's juggling baby Bear. Looking glowing during the chat, the 34-year-old songstress says, "Since being a mam... that's how I say it." She also promises to reveal all her beauty secrets, before she goes on to confirm she hasn't employed a nanny and that she is looking after her six-month-old son "24/7."

Cheryl's last televised interview was on "The One Show" back in November 2016 where she showcased her growing baby bump. The new interview comes just days after her baby daddy Liam revealed he's open to giving son Bear, who was born on March 22 at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London, a sibling.

In his interview, Liam said he would like to have a second child before considering asking Cheryl to marry him. Asked whether he would rather first make the "Fight for This Love" songstress his wife or have another baby with her, the British heartthrob responded, "I would probably say, if you pushed me, a baby."

The "Strip That Down" singer explained that "the options are definitely open for me on having another baby." He gushed, "Bear is the best creation I've ever made so I welcome the idea completely. But, when, I don't really know."

Liam added that any talk of kids would have to wait a while as he's focusing on putting his debut solo album together and touring. "I'm about to do an album and tour for a bit so we need some time before we think about baby No. 2, but we've got time so that's OK," he explained.

The One Direction member went on sharing, "I don't know how many we would like -- but not too many." He added, "I've been told that two is like having 20. You need to have that time between them -- but then look at Pharrell Williams who just had triplets -- that must be crazy."

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