Cheryl shares rare snap of son Bear on festive visit to Lapland

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The mother and son took a trip to the festive attraction with fellow Girls Aloud member Kimberley, and her children.

Newcastle-born Cheryl, who originally found fame as part of the girl group Girls Aloud, took a trip to festive tourist attraction Lapland UK this week.

The Geordie singer was joined by fellow Girls Aloud member and long-time friend Kimberley Walsh, and their respective children.

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Cheryl’s only child, five-year-old son Bear, who she shares with former One Direction member Liam Payne, accompanied his mother on the fun trip. Since he was born, Cheryl has ensured that Bear can lead a normal life, by guarding his privacy.

In a video posted to Instagram, Cheryl shared a lovely blink-and-you’ll-miss-it clip of herself and Bear holding hands as they watched a festive display.

Cheryl can be seen wearing a long red coat, and fluffy hat with reindeer antlers. Bear is also wrapped up in a puffer coat and woolly hat. Cheryl has again kept his privacy as the clip only shows them from the back.

Whenever Cheryl or ex-partner Liam post images or videos of Bear, they ensure that his face is obscured to protect his identity and privacy.

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In an Instagram story from Cheryl a few years ago, we could hear Bear asking his mam, Cheryl, if they could go to the park, revealing that he had a Geordie accent just like hers.

The group enjoyed the Christmas attraction in Ascot frequented by many celebrities. Cheryl posted other clips from the trip, including of the workshops and festive displays. She captioned the post: “Thankyou for the Christmas magic Lapland UK. Wishing you all the warmest wishes for Christmas.”

Cheryl will be starring in theatre production, 2:22 A Ghost Story as Jenny at the Lyric Theatre in London next year, from January to April.

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