Cheryl sure has killer legs! The new mum took to social media on Monday to give fans a glimpse of her #OOTT (outfit of the day). The picture, which was taken in a taxi, focused on her fabulous choice of footwear - a pair of tweed boots, which coordinated with matching slim fit trousers to highlight her enviably slender limbs. The photo went down a treat with Cheryl's fans, who were keen to see the rest of her outfit. One wrote: "Omg love! I need to see the rest of this outfit!" while another added: "Loving the style." A third told her: "Looking awesome as always."
Cheryl showed off her slender legs in a fashionable pair of tweed boots
At the beginning of the month, the 34-year-old made her first public appearance since the arrival of baby Bear to attend a charity football match to raise money for Grenfell Tower victims, #Game4Grenfell. The singer looked sensational in a cropped white top and red flared trousers with a statement Gucci belt, which showed off her incredible post-baby body.
Later on, Cheryl shared another glimpse of her outfit
On Wednesday, the singer is set to appear on the beauty segment of popular ITV daytime show This Morning. Ahead of her much-anticipated appearance, a new trailer showed her talking about her go-to beauty product - coconut oil. Advising new mothers, she said: "My top tips for new mams would be, you don't always get time to moisturise," she said. "When you've jumped in the shower quickly while they're napping, or have a quick bath, so my thing would be, go in the bath and put in bath oil in with you so you don't have to worry about that and you're moisturised when you come out."
Cheryl at the #Game4Grenfell football match
It's been an exciting year for Cheryl and partner Liam Payne, who became first-time parents back in March after the arrival of their son Bear. Doting boyfriend Liam recently praised Cheryl's parenting skills, telling the Mail: "She had her rest time and she enjoyed it. She was so close to Bear at the start and that mother and son bond is just the most amazing thing to behold and watch. I was nothing but learning from her at the start and she was a natural mum."