Cheryl has melted the hearts of fans as she shared the first video of her three-year-old son talking.
The former Girls Aloud singer, 36, who shares Bear with ex Liam Payne, took to her Instagram Story to share a candid clip of her son asking if he can go to the park.
In a sweet Geordie accent, little Bear is heard asking for food as Cheryl spoke to fans while wearing an NHS t-shirt.
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Interrupting his famous mum as she speaks, Cheryl says: “Oh God!” before Bear states: “I want to eat!”
Cheryl then asks her little boy: “What would you like to eat?,” but he quickly changes his mind and says: “I want to go to the park!”
Proud mum Cheryl then tells her son they can’t go to the park, but they can instead go for a walk.
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Bear then replies: “Let’s go for walk! Yeah!”
It comes after Cheryl’s ex Liam opened up on having a “difficult” conversation with her about why he missed Bear’s birthday.
The 26 year old shares three year old Bear with his ex-girlfriend Cheryl, but has been unable to see him due to the current coronavirus crisis.
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Bear lives in Buckinghamshire with his ex-Girls Aloud singer mum while Liam resides in London.
Former One Direction singer Liam has now opened up on the "difficult" conversations he had with Cheryl as they decided he should keep away from their son due to the pandemic.
He said: "Me and Cheryl had a very open conversation about visiting, but it's difficult.
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"It was right around his birthday that it [lockdown] happened. It was one of the first times I was in the country for his birthday and I was ready to go over and I just thought, 'I don't know how I feel about it'.
"So it's just been difficult having to put up with a lot of FaceTime, and sometimes he wants to talk on FaceTime, sometimes he doesn't.
"I have a new-found respect for people who have these jobs that mean they have to miss their kids a lot," he continued to tell The Sun Online.
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