Cheryl Cole says being with Tre Holloway feels like she is cheating on Ashley!!!
Girls Aloud star, Cheryl Cole, has admitted that being with her new fella, Tre Holloway, makes her feel like she is cheating on her ex-husband, Chelsea footballer, Ashley Cole!
Cheryl and Ashley spilt up for good in 2010, after a four year marriage. They had already separated once, due to Ashley’s obsession with sending other girls explicit text messages and photos, but they reconciled around the time that Cheryl started working on the X Factor, much to everyone’s disapproval.
They seemed happy enough though, and just as everyone had started to accept the fact that she had forgiven him, he went and did it again!
This time they divorced, and Cheryl began being connected to just about every man she stood next to, but it would seem that she had remained single, until now.
Cheryl began dating dancer Tre earlier this year, and after reports that they had both met the others parent’s things started to look pretty serious, and Cheryl looked pretty happy again!
However, Cheryl, who announced her Girls Aloud comeback tour and greatest hits album, Ten, last week, has admitted that she still finds herself feeling uncomfortable being with someone else, as it feels like she is cheating on Ashley!
Speaking to Glamour magazine, she explained: “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.”
She went on to describe how she felt that by walking away from her marriage, she had lost the chance to be a mum, but that she can see kids in her future again, thanks to Tre!
Cheryl said: “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.”
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