Cheryl shares adorable photo of her son Bear in a 'winter wonderland' 3 months ago

Cheryl shares adorable photo of her son Bear in a 'winter wonderland'

Cheryl has shared an adorable photo of her son Bear in a 'winter wonderland'.

The 36-year-old shares Bear with her ex boyfriend, Liam Payne, and the pair have largely kept the toddler out of the spotlight.

So, fans were delighted when the Fight For This Love singer shared the rare (and super-sweet) photo on Friday.

It shows Cheryl hand-in-hand with her son, as they walked throw a path lined with snowy trees.

 

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"Walking in a winter wonderland," she caption the photo.

The photo appears to have been taken in Lapland UK, "an original adaptation of the Father Christmas story and the secret world of the elves brought to life through a 4-hour immersive experience of unprecedented scale and quality, as well as stories and interactive activities."

And fans couldn't get enough of the sweet photo - with many of them remarking on how much Bear had grown since Cheryl had last shared a photo of him.

The former couple  have kept their son largely out of the spotlight since he was born in 2017.

Although, according to Cheryl, it looks like Bear may follow in his parents' footsteps one day - as he has "music in his bones."

In June, she told Manchester-based station Hits Radio [via the Manchester Evening News]:

“He is the bop-master. If he doesn’t bop we don’t release. No pressure, son.

“He’s a better dancer than I am. He gets down. He’s such a cool little dancer. I think maybe something to do musically. He’s definitely got music in his bones.”

And she explained that the toddler was a fan of Cardi B - particularly, her song with Maroon 5.

She continued:

"His favourite song for ages was Girls Like You with Maroon 5 and Cardi B.

"And when it got to the Cardi B rap part he does all this stuff with his hands. He would play it over and over and wait for the Cardi B rap moment just to do his actions.”