The star looks stunning just six months after the birth of baby Bear

Cheryl has kept herself pretty hidden away since the birth of her child, Bear, four months ago. She and partner Liam Payne welcomed the adorable bundle of joy back in March. And the singer has been fairly secretive since.

But, this week, the 34-year-old made a return to the day job, and was seen for the very first time since giving birth, shooting a campaign for beauty brand L’Oreal.

Cheryl herself posted a snap on her Instagram, captioned ‘Back to it’. The stunning star looked like motherhood definitely suited her, debuting much longer looking flowing brunette locks.

Back at it 😉📷💄@lorealmakeup #worthit

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There have been plenty of rumours about Cheryl’s gruelling gym routine to get back into shape after the birth of baby Bear in March. According to reports, the singer has been taking boxing lessons at her own home while she gets back into shape.

Speaking to Capital FM back in May, Liam also revealed that Cheryl has been self-conscious about her figure since her pregnancy. He said, “Pregnancy is hard to deal with. It’s that first pair of jeans you can’t get into – and she thinks she’s massive but she’s lost everything.”

“She’s lost all the baby weight and she’s like ‘Oh, I’m so big’ and I’m looking at her going ‘You are insane, woman!’”

Given this latest photo, we’re definitely inclined to agree with Liam!

As, just yesterday, Cheryl’s stylist accidentally gave fans the first full-length photo of Cheryl since she gave birth to Bear. The picture, posted to Snapchat, was captioned simply with a love heart and shows Cheryl hard at work at her photoshoot.

The stylist, @iamlil, posted the gorgeous full-length shot, showing Cheryl in a pair of stylish ripped jeans and a simple, pale jumper. The singer was also sporting a fabulous pair of white, open-toe heels.


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The post undeniably shows off Cheryl’s enviably toned physique – and if you ask us, she looks fabulous! We can’t wait to see her back on our screens next.