Cheryl has opened up in an intimate interview explaining that she has learnt to be happy on her own.
The 37-year-old pop star, who has been married two times before, has recently returned to the spotlight after taking a break from social media for an entire year.
During her time out, it seems the songstress has done some self reflection and now turns to herself for advice when it comes to matters of the heart.
She also praised her son Bear – that she shares with One Direction singer and ex boyfriend Liam Payne – hailing the four-year-old as her "biggest achievement" in life.
The mum-of-one shared her journey of self discovery in a open and frank discussion.
Speaking to Glamour she said: "I am learning that I can be absolutely fine without anybody, just me by myself.
"I'm learning to be happy just with me. I'm learning to turn to myself for advice. It's all in the process."
The Girls Aloud starlet then went on to credit her son Bear, describing him as her "biggest achievement in the whole of her life".
It wasn't long before her interval from the internet was mentioned.
Cheryl explained: "The best thing that I've learned in the past year is having a break from social media is really, really healthy for your mind."
The X Factor judge dated her child's father from 2016 to 2018 after they'd previously met on the hit talent scouting programme that Liam had been a part of.
Her latest interview lands after rumours swirled that Liam had turned to his ex-partner for advice.
Cheryl had reportedly been described as the "voice of reason" when it came to his romance with fiancee Maya Henry which has now ended.
It is claimed Cheryl spoke up with guidance as it was believed she had been worried his relationship problems had a "direct impact" when it came to their son.
An insider told heat magazine: "It was Cheryl, who was telling him that if he wasn’t happy, then he needed to ‘grow a set and speak out.
"She saw it as her responsibility to be the voice of reason, as Liam's choices have a direct impact on Bear."
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