She’s been looking after baby Bear while Liam Payne tours, but now it’s Cheryl ‘s turn to step back into the spotlight with a behind-the scenes snap revealing she’s working on a secret project.
The former Girls Aloud star put on her best pout for the pic, which shows her trademark brown hair tumbling down her shoulders are she flicks the camera a peace sign.
“#worthit” management company Dayaruci captioned the snap, with reference to L’Oreal’s famous slogan.
The cosmetics company was also tagged in the shot, confirming she’s working on a secret shoot for the brand.
It comes after the star officially announced that she about to return to the “popstar life”.
However, the 34-year-old has warned fans that her sound has changed as a result of motherhood.
She recently told Vogue : “What’s interesting is that I love music now more than I ever did. The baby loves music too, and I always played it throughout my pregnancy. So back to the grind, back to popstar life, back to recording. It’s all fun again.
“I haven’t released music for a long time but it’s good to clear your mind – silence and tranquillity and beautiful things happening to me has helped me to see things differently.”
So how is Cheryl settling into motherhood?
She said: “I think I’m still adapting in some ways. I just feel differently about everything to be honest – my views on everything have changed. Firstly you see the fear in everything, like sharp edges! Your whole being changes because it’s not about you anymore. If something happens to you it doesn’t matter as much but if it happened to your child, the impact would be severe.
Cheryl also shared her fears about social media, and what it will be like when Bear is old enough to have it.
And she said she’s glad that it wasn’t a thing when she was growing up.
The star also said that she’s glad she was able to have a popstar life without camera phones, saying that “everyone’s a paparazzi now”.
It also seems that Cheryl’s looking for input from her fans about the kind of songs they’d like to hear.
She tweeted last month, saying: “Yoo hoo can you tweet me the songs from my albums that you think should’ve been singles please”
And as you’d expect, thousands of fans came forward with suggestions.