Cheryl Cole And Liam Payne Separated Impelreport
Despite rumors that she was separated from her boyfriend Liam Payne, Cheryl Cole was pure smiles during the opening of the Prince’s Trust Cheryl’s Trust Center on Tuesday in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. During the event, the singer was questioned about her alleged separation from the pop star, with whom she shares her 11-month-old son Bear. When asked if she was “frustrated” because rumors could overshadow her charity campaign, the singer ignored the comments.
She told the BBC, “Do I find it frustrating? No, it does not bother me.” And he continued, “My attention is entirely on this, it has taken seven years to get here and nothing else matters, this is the most important part for me.” For the event, Cheryl wore a baby blue turtleneck sweater, jeans and a sand colored coat. Several media reported during the weekend that the duo is having problems because Cheryl refuses Payne’s desire to marry (although he has previously stated that he is not ready to settle down).
The Sun reported that a divorce lawyer had been called in to help Liam keep his $ 75 million fortune in the face of the possibility of a separation. The media says that a source said, “Liam is in love with his baby and wants things to work out between him and Cheryl, so he thought that talking about marriage was a positive step.”
The newspaper also reported that an informant had said, “It does not appear that she is thinking the same way and has made it clear that she is not in the cards at this time, which he perceived as a great rudeness.” Cheryl was previously married to Ashley Cole, from 2006 to 2010, and to Jean-Bernard Fernandez Versini from 2014 to 2016.
On the other hand, Prince’s Trust charity has been working since November 2017 and helps young people learn new skills and find work. Cheryl’s Trusts started in 2015.
At the opening, the judge of The X Factor said that she wanted to help others because of her own problems. According to the BBC, she said, “It reminds you of how I felt when I was young growing up here, those same feelings, feeling vulnerable, insecure, my self-esteem was low.” “It’s hard to grow in North East, especially now the unemployment rate is ridiculous,” the singer said. “So, if I can help one, two, three, four people a year, or thousands or hundreds, find a job with their own business, then I have already fulfilled my life.”