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Cheryl Cole Pregnancy Rumours: 'Babies Are Not In My Plans'

14/08/2014 17:03 | Updated 20 May 2015

Cheryl Cole pregnancy rumours

Cheryl Cole has quashed speculation that she's pregnant, saying: "Children are not in my plans."

Rumours have been swirling that the news Mrs Fernandez-Versini, as she's now known, is pregnant after her whirlwind wedding to Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini.

Tongues started wagging after her new husband's friend Curtis Brown posted an online video message saying: "JB don't get mad at me but your baby momma is hot.

"She's very gorgeous. She is a great singer. She's awesome."

His comments came just hours after Cheryl's former Girls Aloud bandmate Nadine Coyle sent her a tweet asking her to 'Come join the baby club.'

Cheryl replied with three blow-kiss emoticons. However, put the baby shower on hold – Cheryl isn't ready yet! in an interview with The Times Magazine the pop star insisted children are 'not in me plans'.

And asked if she wanted to be a mum, The X Factor judge said: "Possibly - only possibly.

"Because I went through a real phase, just recently, of like, maybe it's not for me. Because you just assume it's a natural part of your life.

"I've got one friend who doesn't want them - out of all me friends, only one.

"But I know she doesn't want them and I know she'll never have them. She's not maternal. And so I started questioning. I've got 11 nieces and nephews.

"If it happens, don't get us wrong, it happens. But who knows? We'll see. It's not in me plans."

Although Cheryl didn't talk abut her new husband, she did discuss the lessons she'd learned from her first marriage to footballer Ashley Cole.

She said: "You know what I also realised these past years? I refuse to let somebody else's s****y behaviour change me fundamentally.

"So because you treat me like s***, I'm not going to become bitter and twisted. I'm going to remain the person I am, with the values and beliefs that I had, and let you deal with your s***.

"There was no horribleness - apart from what happened at the end. My marriage wasn't bad. I wasn't treated badly.

"I wasn't a victim. We weren't arguing. Nothing like that.

"It was just weakness on his behalf - which is unfortunate, but... it happens."

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