If Cheryl Tweedy Cole Fernandez-Versini Probably-Soon-To-Be-Payne's aiming to shoot down those pesky pregnancy rumors with boyfriend Liam Payne of One Direction, she's not doing a great job.

The Girls Aloud icon-turned-solo superstar looks happy and healthy as ever in a baggy sweater on the cover of The Sun's Sunday edition magazine Fabulous — her fourth for the publication overall.

The Sun, of course, couldn't help themselves but speculate on appearance alone: "We’re here today to talk about Cheryl’s new perfume StormFlower Platinum, and the rules are that there must be no mention of the pregnancy rumours endlessly swirling around the 33-year-old singer, nor anything about her relationship with 23-year-old One Direction star Liam Payne. But we have met Cheryl many times – this is her fourth Fabulous cover – and it’s pretty clear to us that she’s loved-up."

What she does talk about, however, is happiness, growing older, taking vitamins...and Madonna.

On aging:

“The good thing about being in your 30s is that you know yourself better. I learned to be less apologetic and not to give a s--t about what people say. I think you just focus on what is right for you and you learn to trust your own instincts and follow them.”

On being only human:

“I’ve been through difficult stages and you never know what’s going to hit you in life. You just don’t have a clue. But I’d tell myself: ‘You will get through things.’ You do. You just get through it and you keep going.”

On waking up in a bathtub (which is basically a Girls Aloud lyric come to life):

“Drink water, take vitamins if you need them, exercise, sleep and take your make-up off at night – however tired you are. It’s so important to keep your skin clean. When I was in Girls Aloud, we’d be exhausted all the time because we were constantly touring and performing. But I always took my make-up off. I remember once falling asleep in the bath, I was so tired. But at least I was clean when I woke up!"

On plastic surgery and the Queen of Pop:

“Ask me when I’m in my 40s...I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it, if that’s what you want. I think women should do what they want to do. I love Madonna. I love the way she wears what she wants. I’d like to think if I’m 60 and I want to break out a leotard, I still would!”

And then, there's also this cryptic nugget: "I know you can tell exactly what is going on with me. My eyes give everything away. I can’t ever hide my emotions, and it’s great that you can see I’m really happy.”

Hmmm, Chezza. Hmmm...

Whether there's a One Aloud baby in there or not, at least she seems to be in a wonderful place. Which is great, because she's got a pop industry to save with her new studio album in 2017.

Check out the full story at The Sun.

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