Liam Payne Speaks Out Amid Split Speculation
- Author: Kyle Peterson Feb 23, 2018,
Feb 23, 2018, 1:54
"My focus is exclusively on this, it's taken seven years to get here and none of that matters".
The star has teamed up with The Prince's Trust, the charity founded by Prince Charles, to open the centre and she feels passionate about supporting young people who come from similar circumstances to herself. "This is the most important part for me".
"It's a huge achievement and we look forward to celebrating when we officially open the centre".
"Cheryl's not really that massively into football, but everyone likes to bring up where they're from when this happens, isn't it?" he said, before attempting to adopt Cheryl's Geordie accent to say, "Well I'm from here so I'm gonna do this".
'How you find the time to do this ill never know.
"I just had a passionate feeling of wanting to help", she said.
While another friend close to the couple added: 'The fact of the matter is, like most young couple's with busy work lives and the demands of an infant they have been struggling to spend time together.
Cheryl leaves after opening the new Prince's Trust and Cheryl's Trust centre in Newcastle.
Over the past year, Liam has been travelling to promote his debut solo album, and has more recently been spending time in the USA promoting his single which features in the new Fifty Shades movie. I hope one day I can do the same'.
It was also reported by The Sun that Liam has spoken to lawyers to see what a split would mean for their shared assets and the care of their son - with Liam holding an estimated £54million fortune, and Cheryl around £20million.
But while appearing on BBC Breakfast this morning (20 February), she was asked about the current headlines surrounding her and the father of her baby. I want to thank every single person and company that has helped me reach this milestone.
Welp, we guess that's all moot for right now 'cause, according to the 34-year-old Girls Aloud alum, she and Liam are doing just fine. I've waited seven years to be here.