Cheryl looks stunning in a bath robe as she stars in new vitamin ad
CHERYL was ‘glowing’ in a new vitamin advert as she shared how she takes care of herself in the mornings.
The Girls Aloud singer took to Instagram to reveal her latest health kick and how she keeps energised throughout the day.
Wearing a cosy white robe, her skin looked radiant with minimalist make-up.
She applied pink lip gloss and mascara before she ate her ‘Feel’ vitamins.
Her brunette locks showcased her natural curls and it was styled in a messy yet elegant up-do.
The 37-year-old’s voiceover said: “I’ve always known that taking care of yourself and feeling good really starts from within.
“But I never realised the power in that until recently, until I really started taking it seriously.
“Within a couple of months, the difference that you feel is unbelievable, even from the multivitamin in itself- it has 32 pure ingredients.
“You just feel consistently energised throughout the day happy.
“You know you’ve taken care of yourself in the morning. Your job’s done.”
Cheryl captioned the video: “Getting ready with my @wearefeel vitamins 💄”
Fans were quick to comment on Cheryl’s glowing and flawless appearance.
One fan said: “You can’t deny how beautiful, stunning and happy Cheryl looks in herself recently🥺 She seems so confident with herself and so she should.”
A second wrote: “You are GLOWING queen!”
Another penned: “Unreal😍🔥.”
Cheryl has recently revealed she is embracing being single after learning how to be happy with herself.
Speaking about the journey she has been on, she told Glamour: “I am learning that I can be absolutely fine without anybody, just me by myself.
"I'm learning to be happy just with me. I'm learning to turn to myself for advice. It's all in the process.”
She added that her “biggest achievement in the whole of her life” was being mum to Bear, who is now four.
Discussing coming off line, she said: “The best thing that I've learned in the past year is having a break from social media is really, really healthy for your mind."
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