Published: Sun, October 22, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Liam Payne Reacts to Rita Ora Imitating His Girlfriend Cheryl Cole!

Liam Payne Reacts to Rita Ora Imitating His Girlfriend Cheryl Cole!

I feel more relaxed, I just feel I've sat into my own skin. Since then, they welcomed a baby boy, Bear, in March 2017, and they seem to be enjoying life as new parents.

"['Bedroom Floor' is] about a torrid relationship where you're torn - you're not in or out but you always end up with your clothes on the bedroom floor", Liam explained.

"He's a proper little character now, bless him, and he's a mini-me".

Cheryl might be enjoying being a mum for the first time, but she certainly didn't enjoy being pregnant.

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"I get back and he's roaming around in his roamer".

The 24-year-old singer said he and Simon Cowell are "edging for her to get back to work" despite only giving birth in April. "I just felt really slow and I wanted to listen to a song I could drive into the distance with. So I'm going to take time, a few more months, until he's a bit more grown".

Cheryl Tweedy is getting real about her hard pregnancy and revealed that she "hated" the nine months before the arrival of baby Bear, who she shares with boyfriend Liam Payne. God bless him, he was really happy to see me.

She added: "I've got the luxury of being able to spend time with my newborn child".

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But she did admit the nine months did force her to take a step back from the limelight and chill out. "(Being a parent) changes your life completely but in the most fantastic way.

"I didn't stop for 14 years - literally on the roller coaster".

"We're all edging for her to get back to work, it's just finding the right time and the right way to do things".

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