Olly Murs Discusses Cheryl’s ‘Pregnancy’ After Spending Last Night With Her And Liam Payne

Cheryl's former X Factor colleague has spilled the beans about their 'pregnancy' announcement...

Cheryl and Liam Payne have found themselves the centre of those ‘pregnancy’ rumours once again after the couple stepped out at the Fayre of St James Christmas Carols Concert in London last night.

With Cheryl’s ‘baby bump’ more prominent than ever, the singer didn’t seem in a hurry to cover up her growing tummy as she flaunted her curves in a fitted green Alexander McQueen dress.

And celebrity pal Olly Murs, who performed at last night’s festive concert and was seen cosying up to Cheryl on the front row of the star-studded audience, has been speaking out about Cheryl and Liam’s decision to keep their ‘baby’ news to themselves for now.

Read: Piers Morgan Reveals Cheryl’s ‘Due Date’ As He Explains Why She Hasn’t Announced Her ‘Pregnancy’…

‘It’s Cheryl and Liam’s business’, he said at the Pride Of Britain Awards.

See: Why Cheryl Was The Talk Of The Pride Of Britain Awards Despite Her Absence

‘All the press are making speculation and rumours, but I’m sure when they feel confident and want to come out and tell everyone they will.

‘It’s their own business and I’m sure they’ll be fantastic parents if they are, so I wish them all the best.’

Fayre of St James Christmas Concert, London, UK - 29 Nov 2016

See: Kimberley Walsh Says BFF Cheryl Will Be A ‘Brilliant Mum’

Once again, at the very same event, Cheryl’s former Girls Aloud bandmate also let slip something that sounded a lot like an affirmation.

The Mirror reportedly questioned whether she was banned from discussing Cheryl’s rumoured ‘baby’ news.


Apparently, the mum-to-be told them: ‘It’s not that I’m not allowed [to talk about it]. It’s just that she’s my best friend. I don’t want to talk about her … anyway.’

And that’s not all.

The Mirror have also reported that they told Kimberley to pass on their congratulations to the star, to which she allegedly replied: ‘Thank you.’

And so it goes on…