"I just felt really slow and I wanted to listen to a song I could drive into the distance with".
Cheryl has opened up for the first time about her experience of pregnancy.
Days Later, Fox News Retracts Story On Phony 'Navy SEAL'
But here's the gag-and because it's 2017, there's always a gag: According to the Military Times , homeboy never served in Vietnam. Retired Navy SEAL Don Shipley contacted Fox News a day after they aired the segment asking them to retract the phony story.
And in her first interview since starting a family the 34-year-old Geordie revealed: "I hated being pregnant...just a lot of stuff went on and I just didn't enjoy it".
Speaking to The Sun along with Simon, she added that her time away has been "perfect for me because it's reset the mind-frame".
But that doesn't mean she's been taking it easy - she's been working out for an hour a day since Bear was three months old.
Pundit impressed by Newcastle United, predicts positive result against Palace
Takeover or not, Benitez is convinced the club is well placed to become an established force in the Premier league once again. Amusingly, on leaving Rafa Benitez behind, he said he hoped Alan Pardew would take his game to "another level".
Cheryl Tweedy has admitted that she "hated" being pregnant but that her life since Bear was born has been the "best six months of my life". "A lot of stuff went on and I just didn't enjoy it", but added: "[Becoming a mum] it changes your life completely but in the most fantastic way.
And when Simon was asked whether he would have her back on a more permanent basis, he told Daily Star: "We'll consider it. Let's wait till the end of the show... maybe [current judges Nicole Scherzinger and Sharon Osbourne] don't want come back".
"The cab driver kissed me and I think we're now dating", she joked.
José Mourinho expects Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return from injury in December
The cruciate ligament injury was expected to keep the 36-year-old out for almost a year - but the ex-PSG, Barcelona and Juventus man has made a stunning recovery.