The 34-year-old was joined by BFF Nicola Roberts at Game 4 Grenfell on Saturday
Cheryl has made her first official public appearance since becoming a mum, and WOAH, she looks incredible.
The 34-year-old bared her washboard abs at the Game 4 Grenfell charity match in London on Saturday, working a baggy white crop top and a stand-out pair of red harem trousers.
When it came to her beauty look, she’d opted for her trademark dark waves and a slick of post box-shade lippy. Just beaut.
She was joined at the event by her Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, who looked just as gorge in a navy shirt dress and white trainers.
Presenter Adam Hills introduced the pair live from the Sky studio, before handing over to Chris Kamara, who was on the touchline with them.
But unfortunately for Chezza, Adam made a bit of a gaffe as he announced her arrival. He mistakenly called her Cheryl Cole, using the surname she adopted when she married footballer Ashley Cole back in 2006. Eep.
Her boyfriend Liam Payne has since confirmed that she’s reverted to her maiden name Tweedy, although she officially goes by Cheryl.
Cheryl dealt with the awkward moment like a total professional, ignoring the error and telling Chris: ‘I’m here to present the kids directly affected by Grenfell with medals. They’ve been doing tournaments all summer and the guys that won today get medals.’
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And TBH, Cheryl will have been aware that the backstory behind the sell-out event was far more important than what she was referred to as.
Two teams of celebrities and ex-players went up against each other at Queens Park Rangers’ Loftus Road, just a mile from where Grenfell Tower went up in flames in June. The fire caused at least 80 deaths and over 70 injuries.
Players included Mo Farah, Jamie Redknapp, Damian Lewis, Olly Murs and Wretch 32, with four Grenfell survivors and two firefighters coming on together in a mass substitution at the 80th minute mark.
All ticket money went to the Evening Standard’s fund for those affected by the tragedy, although 2,000 complimentary tickets were given to survivors, their families, volunteers who helped in the aftermath of the blaze and the emergency services.