Gearing up to promote the release of her third album ‘A Million Lights’, singer Cheryl Cole graces the cover of GQ UK June 2012, where the ‘Call My Name’ singer gushes on her intimate life now that she’s no longer married, on children as well as her reconciliation to ‘X Factor’ mogul Simon Cowell.
For the spread in British GQ, Cheryl donned a variety of sexy designer garments which underlined her flawless silhouette and natural beauty, so take a sneak-peek at her GQ UK spread and find out what the diva had do share with her fans regarding her personal life by browsing through excerpts of Cheryl’s interview with the magazine.
Despite having gone thorough a divorce in Septemper 2010, the 29 year old says that she still hopes to find the man to settle down with and have children and apparently she’s even thought of a name she’d love. She tells GQ UK that:
“I’d love kids. I’m obsessed with babies. Of course I’ve thought about baby names. A million times. I like (the name) Alfie for a little boy. I know that is what I was put on Earth to do – to be a mother.”
She might be a single lady, Cheryl Cole but she’s not missing out on fun when it comes to intimacy as the ‘not-so-shy’ Cheryl tell GQ that ‘I am a woman and I like sex’, so we bet that she’s got men lined-up at her door ready to fulfil the her every wish. However, it seems that one man caught the eye of the English sweetheart as she tells the magazine that she’s got a ‘soft spot’ for Prince Harry. She says:
“I think he’s amazing and I think you can relate to him because he’s made mistakes. He’s cool. Although, I think I would be Cougarville in that relationship.”
As far as her relationship to ‘X Factor’ mogul Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole states that she doesn’t that although she got ‘sacked’ from her position as a judge on the show that gathered millions of fans worldwide, she’s not the type of person that holds a grudge. Apparently, Simon was the one to make the first ‘step’ towards reconciliation and that made the diva feel great. She tells GQ UK that:
“It felt great, actually. When I landed back in England there was a message from Simon, saying ‘Hello, Cheryl. So, now that you’ve blown me up in Afghanistan, can we talk?’ I’m not one of those people who holds a grudge.”
Find out more about Cheryl by reading her full interview in the June 2012 issue of British GQ. Photos courtesy of GQ UK