Could Cheryl have taken parenting tips from the royal family?
It seems that Cheryl and Liam took a leaf out of the Duchess of Cambridge’s book when preparing for their new arrival. Before the birth of baby Bear, a Silver Cross vehicle was spotted delivering goods to the singer’s UK home earlier this year. Silver Cross is one of the world’s leading nursery brands and they describe themselves as a ‘nursery specialist’.
The elite and discreet company has long been a tried and tested favourite of the royal family. No doubt Cheryl decided to take a leaf out of the Duchess of Cambridge’s book when planning for her new arrival. Kate had a pram from Silver Cross for her son Prince George! With prices starting at £475, Cheryl is certainly paying a royal price tag.
However unlike thrifty Kate’s penchant for high street buys and hand-me-downs for Princess Charlotte, Cheryl and Liam will only be purchasing the newest, latest and best buys for their little Bear.
Proud dad Liam revealed that his 10-week old son already has a wardrobe of designer gear! The 23-year-old singer admitted in an interview with The Sun, “He is decked out…Saying goodbye was really difficult, because Cheryl was very upset about me leaving.”
“You gotta go to work. I understand why I am here and there is more reason to be here now to earn a living and make sure he has the best things ever, because I didn’t have that when I was a kid and I want him to have that.”
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Despite the fact that the newborn won’t be taking his first steps for at least another eight or nine months, the doting dad also revealed that his son has got his own designer trainers worth £100! “He’s got little baby Yeezys” Liam said. “He’s already got his little Gucci baby clothes so he’s already getting started” he added.