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Cheryl Cole Spills on Personal Life - Dating, Marriage?

By Staff
May 28, 2012
Cheryl Cole - no regrets.

Cheryl Cole thinks getting divorced was ''right''.

The 'Call My Name' singer - whose four-year marriage to soccer player Ashley Cole ended in 2010 amid rumors of infidelity - wants a ''massive'' family but doesn't believe her personal circumstances mean her life plans have gone ''wrong'' as she would rather be a mother later in life.

She said: ''I'd love a massive family. I'm from a big family. I've got 10 nieces and nephews.''

Asked if her life plans have gone awry as a result of her marriage breakdown, she added: ''No, I wouldn't say wrong; I'd probably say right.

''My mam is like, 'You've done it the right way round. I didn't even know myself when I had children. You're at that nice age where you're developing into a young woman and you can give your children the things they need.' ''

As well as having no personal regrets, the 28-year-old beauty also admitted she isn't upset about being sacked from the US version of 'X Factor' after just four days last year.

She told The Observer magazine: ''I think people think it was [upsetting] but it wasn't. I should probably care more than I do.''

Two years ago, Cheryl contracted potentially-fatal malaria and admits it took a ''long time'' to come to terms with the fact she had been close to death.

She added: ''It takes a long time mentally to come to terms with it. As it's happening, you're just going through it. Looking back you think, 'Wow, that was really near.' ''

© Bang Showbiz

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