Cheryl shows off baby bump at Prince’s Trust event

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Former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl has shown off a prominent baby bump, confirming reports that she and boyfriend Liam Payne are expecting a child.

The singer has posed for a photograph featuring celebrities including Dame Helen Mirren and Katie Piper, published in conjunction with a Prince’s Trust new programme.

From left: Gary Thompson, Chez Rust, Kaushal, Louisa Johnson, Helen Mirren, Jordan Bone, Emily Canham, Amena Khan, Marcus Butler, Neelam Gill, Cheryl, AJ Odudu, Katie Piper, Victoria Magrath, and Jada Sezer, ambassadors for the All Worth It programme  Credit: All Worth It/The Prince’s Trust and L’Oréal Paris

Cheryl had broken her social media silence last week to announce that she has found a site in Newcastle to open a Prince's Trust centre for vulnerable young people.

The star, who has not commented on pregnancy reports has not posted on Twitter since last year and fans had hoped she would mark her return to social networks with the announcement of the arrival of her first child.

Instead, she announced that after launching her own fundraising campaign to raise money for the site through her own charitable foundation, it will open this summer.

Cheryl shows off her baby bump at Prince’s Trust event Credit: L'Oreal

Cheryl, 33, changed her birth surname Tweedy to Cole when she married Ashley Cole in 2006 and then became Cheryl Fernandez-Versini following her marriage to Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in 2014. The pair were granted a decree nisi in October in their divorce proceedings.

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Cheryl and Liam Payne in November Credit: Rex

The 'All Worth It' initiative, a confidence training programme for young people, will be officially launched at The Prince’s Trust centre in Kennington on Thursday by a host of supporters, led by Dame Helen Mirren.

The programme, which will form part of The Trust’s existing courses, aims to help over 10,000 young adults.