Cheryl Cole On Tre Holloway Romance: 'I Feel Like I'm Cheating On Ashley'

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Cheryl Cole may be all loved up with new man Tre Holloway, but sadly that doesn't mean memories of her ex husband Ashley are ever far away.

Chezza has confessed that she feels like she's cheating on Ashley while romancing her back-up dancer.

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Cheryl - who ended her four year marriage with the footballer in 2010 amid allegations of infidelity - told Glamour magazine: "The weirdest thing is, it takes a long time after you've been with someone as long as I was not to feel like you're cheating on them.

"That may sound crazy, but it's the way I felt after him. I had completely committed myself."

Cheryl and Tre went public with their relationship over the summer and they've been spotted out on numerous dates since.

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However, she says she now realises she may not now have the big family she has always dreamed of.

"I always say I wanted to have a big family, because I'm from one, so I'd like four or five children, but I don't know realistically if that's going to happen," she told the mag.

Meanwhile, Cheryl has been busy confessing her love for Kate Middleton (or to be more precise, her boobs).

Speaking of the Duchess' recent topless scandal, Cheryl told The Sunday Times magazine: "They were having a private moment and it was absolutely invaded. She does have a great pair of boobs, though, right?"

She added: "She's so ... ordinary! I mean, obviously she isn't, because she's a princess, but she's easy to get along with."

With the news Kate dressed up as Cheryl on her hen do, could we have a new celeb womance on our hands?

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