Liam Payne, Cheryl Cole Engaged: One Direction Singer, ‘The X Factor’ UK Judge Expecting First Baby Together? Couple Getting Married Soon?
Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole are reportedly going to have their own kid together soon. Rumors are rife that the One Direction singer and his girlfriend are now expecting their first baby together.
Liam Payne, Cheryl Cole Engaged: One Direction Singer, 'The X Factor' UK Judge Expecting First Baby Together? Louis Tomlinson Offers Parenting Advice?
Rumors are rife that Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole are expecting their new bundle of joy. Several fans have noticed that the "Call my Name" singer has been gaining weight in the past few months.
Aside from that, some sources have also claimed that Cheryl Cole has started to have a growing baby bump earlier this year. Adding fuel to fire is the fuller face of Liam Payne's girlfriend.
CelebsNow reports that Liam Payne has been inquiring One Direction co-member Louis Tomlinson about fatherhood. Sources have claimed that the former bandmates of Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik have been talking about being a father, which clearly suggest that the "Drag Me Down" singer could possibly be having his first baby with Cheryl Cole.
Though these reports could possibly be true, neither Liam Payne nor Cheryl Cole has confirmed anything as of yet. So, fans should take everything with a grain of salt until it has been proven true and correct.
Liam Payne, Cheryl Cole Engaged: One Direction Singer, 'The Voice' UK Judge Getting Married Soon?
Following the pregnancy rumors are the reports claiming that Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole could possibly have their wedding soon. Sources have claimed that, since the couple are now expecting their first child together now, the couple might have also been considering tying the knot very soon.
Well, Liam Payne is single while Cheryl Cole is now separated from her estranged husband Jean Bernard; so, they can really say "I do" if they really want to. However, both the One Direction singer and the "Parachute" songstress are yet to comment on these reports.