X Factor star Cher Lloyd has shared a rare glimpse into her idyllic family life as she shared a gushing tribute to her growing family on Valentine’s Day
Taking to Instagram on Monday, Cher, 28, shared a series of black and white loved-up snaps with husband Craig Monk and as they gaze lovingly at their three-year-old daughter, Delilah-Rae.
The former singer – who celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary with Crag in November – also shared a cosy shot of the pair on her Story to her 2.4million Instagram followers, captioned: “I'll love him forever.”
In another black and white image, the songstress looked every inch the doting mother as she gazed adoringly at their daughter, who the pair welcomed in 2018.
Cher shocked fans back in 2013 when she tied the knot with Craig after less than a year of dating.
Her spokesman confirmed the happy news at the time saying: “Cher and Craig are married but all other details are private.”
Cher, who found fame on the X Factor in 2010 aged just 16, has opened up about the 'extremely challenging' time she faced during her time on the show.
Chatting to Rylan Clark about how she handled the paparazzi at such a young age, the Swagger Jagger singer admitted she "felt really vulnerable" during her stint on the now-axed ITV show.
"I just always remember knowing not to wear a skirt without shorts," Cher confessed on the Ry-Union podcast last year
She said: “At times I'd get really angry. I felt angry because I'd go to a rehearsal, leave the studio, and chased on my own, chased by a group of 20 to 25 men with cameras.
“I just felt really vulnerable. There'd be a chaperone person for everyone as a group, of course, we were underage.
“But at times, from walking to the studio or a car, you'd be alone. That didn't stop. The sheer amount of paparazzi would wait outside of those studios.
She also revealed that paparazzi would “place the camera below” her to get an inappropriate shot.
“It happened all the time and I just think, I spent a lot of time being very frustrated that I felt alone.”
She continued to say that at 16, she knew that “was the way forward” revealing it “was brutal back then. It's not like how it is now.”
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