And her fans were quick to gush over the incred photo, as one wrote: 'OMG QUEEN C IS BACK '.
Despite admitting that she "hated being pregnant", Cheryl, who looked happier than ever, said: "I've had the best six months of my life". She said: "I've got the luxury of being able to spend time with my newborn child and I think I'm going to take that for what it is. They [the fans] have been very patient", she said in an interview on Lorraine.
However, although the nine months beforehand were hard, the X Factor star went on to add that she's loved life as a mum since giving birth, saying: 'It changes your life completely but in the most fantastic way.
'I hated being pregnant.
Fans were quick to claim the song was about Cheryl trying to split with Liam with one follower quizzically writing: 'I'm getting slight Cheryl vibes from #bedroomfloor.?!' Cheryl and Liam confirmed their romance in February 2016.
Meanwhile, Cheryl recently admitted she disliked being pregnant, but insisted the past six months of motherhood have been "amazing".
And now the Strip That Down singer has spilled details about Cheryl's potential return to The X Factor as a judge. Cheryl is set to join Simon Cowell to help judge the groups at his mansion in the South of France. Asked if he's responsible for the relationship, Simon replied: "One hundred per cent - just call me Cupid!" "I always loved the name". He told the hosts of a U.S. radio interview: "To be honest at first I wasn't having it, I didn't understand it and I wasn't sure".
"She went through different things with it, especially coming out of it, but she did great". A lot of stuff went on and I just didn't enjoy it'.
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He said the operation had to be halted to ensure the safety of the search and rescue operation personnel. He said the bodies of two Indonesians and an unidentified foreigner have been recovered.
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Thomas Ingenlath, Chief Executive Officer of Polestar, said: "Polestar 1 is the first auto to carry the Polestar on the bonnet". Polestar 2 will start production later in 2019 and will be the first battery-electric vehicle (BEV) from the Volvo Car Group.