Cheryl shares rare footage of her son Bear as he adorably belts out Xmas song

Cheryl Tweedy is rather social media savvy when it comes to she and Liam Payne's son Bear, but she has shared a rare video of him on her social media.

The 37-year-old former Girls Aloud pop star was chatting to Jessie Ware during an appearance on her podcast Table Manners, when Bear, three, came and joined the interview.

Adorably he began belting out Jingle Bells as he shared his excitement for Christmas with confidence just like his mum.

As he came in, a clearly besotted Cheryl asked him: "Are you being nosey? What are you doing?"

Jessie and her mum Helena couldn't help but coo over his cuteness.

The 36-year-old podcast star asked: "You're a bit of a cutie aren't you. How are you, bud?"

Cheryl then prompted her son to reply, as he then replied: "Hello," with confidence.

They then discussed his love for the children's franchise Paw Patrol as he revealed its all he wants for Christmas.

He told the pair how his favourite character is Skye.

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The three-year-old also told his mum, Jessie and Helena how he likes "mummy's Christmas tree".

Things turned really adorable when Jessie asked him: "Are you being cheeky?"

To which, he replied: "Yeah!"

Cheryl also revealed how Bear shouts up the chimney what he wants from Santa.

Viewers were left cooing too when the pair then sang Jingle Bells together as Bear belted out the lyrics with his mum.

Cheryl said for Christmas her son has reasonable expectations for gifts and asks for mainly Paw Patrol stuff.

She shared: "He wants a Spider-Man bike, which is very doable. He also wants Paw Patrol stuff.

"You know what's crazy? Because his birthday was in March during lockdown, I feel like Christmas has been every month because people have either sent his gift or brought it when they could.

"Every month someone has brought him something for his birthday!"

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