Cheryl Cole: I'm not a 'great' auntie
Cheryl Cole claims she's not a great auntie because she doesn't have time to see all of her nieces and nephews.
Cheryl Cole has claimed she's not a ''great'' auntie.
The 31-year-old singer - who has four siblings - took time out from her career last year to spend time with her family, but she admits she struggles to keep up with all of her nieces and nephews because she has so many.
Speaking on BBC Radio 1 with Greg James today (24.07.14), she said: ''When I had time out I did have lots of private time. I went away and I partied with friends and just got stuff done, I spent a lot of time with my sister as well and her kids. I've got eleven nieces and nephews so I had a lot of kiddy fun. [I'm] not that great [an auntie] to be honest. Every month there's someone new and I've got lots of cousins and brothers and sisters so it's just kind of impossible.''
The 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' hitmaker tied the knot with her beau Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in a secret ceremony on the Caribbean island of Mustique earlier this month following a whirlwind three-month romance.
However, the brunette beauty admits she'd have preferred her wedding to have been kept underwraps for a little while longer than it was.
She said: ''I would've actually kept it [the wedding a secret] that way but unfortunately it was leaked.''
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