She’s been keeping a low profile since welcoming baby boy Bear, her first child with boyfriend Liam Payne, 24, in March of this year.
But Cheryl made a rare appearance on Saturday, unveiling her incredible post-baby body in a head-turning ensemble at the Game 4 Grenfell charity match in London’s Loftus Road stadium, which is situated just a mile away from the site of the disaster.
The new mum, 34, showed off her jaw-dropping frame in a tiny cropped sweater, with all eyes on her minuscule waist as she posed for cheeky selfies with an adoring crowd.
All eyes on her! Beaming Cheryl made a rare appearance on Saturday, unveiling her incredible post-baby body in a head-turning ensemble at the Game 4 Grenfell charity match in London
Yummy mummy! The new mum, 34, showed off her jaw-dropping frame in a tiny cropped sweater, with all eyes on her minuscule waist, as she posed alongside former Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, 31
Teaming the distressed white top with a pair of high waist red palazzo pants, she cinched them in with a stylish Gucci belt, adding a splash of designer to her chic outfit and elongating her stature with a pair of leopard print heels.
Wearing her chestnut tresses in perfectly blow-dried curls, the new mum looked in amazing shape as she stepped out for her first official public engagement since giving birth.
The petite star was swamped by excited fans, eager to catch a glimpse of the songstress during her rare public outing, hosted by Queens Park Rangers at the grand stadium.
And proving her maternal side, she playfully stuck her tongue out as she posed for a snap alongside a delighted little girl.
Chic: Teaming the sweater with a pair of high waist red palazzo pants, she cinched them in with a stylish Gucci belt
Shady ladies! Nicola looked chic in a navy blue jumpsuit, pulled in at the waist with a wide black belt as her and Cheryl rocked reflective sunglasses
Earlier on former bandmate Nicola Roberts shared a selfie as she accompanied Cheryl to the Game 4 Grenfell charity match.
Uploading the sweet snap as they pouted at the camera, Cheryl and Nicola, 31, proved their close friendship was still going strong.
Cheryl showed off her trademark beauty, accentuating her large chocolate brown eyes with a touch of mascara, and highlighting her chiselled cheekbones with a dusting of blusher.
Good spirits: Cheryl oozed happiness, clearly having taken to life as a new mum like a duck to water
Making waves: The stunning star glowed as she showed off her flawless complexion and toned physique
Rocking a bold red lip, she puckered up for the camera with her flame-haired pal, as the duo prepared to watch the fundraiser.
‘Kisses from Game 4 Grenfell with Chez’, Nicola captioned the snap.
Having turned her hand to fashion, Nicola looked chic in a navy blue jumpsuit, pulled in at the waist with a wide black belt.
The fundraiser aims raise money for those affected by the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire.
Turning heads! The petite star was swamped by excited fans, eager to catch a glimpse of the songstress during her rare public outing
Groomed: Wearing her chestnut tresses in perfectly blow-dried curls, the new mum looked in amazing shape as she stepped out for her first official public engagement
Mini reunion: The former Girls Aloud members posed for pictures together. Earlier Nicola posted a selfie of the twosome at the match
The charity football match will today see cultures collide as stars including David Seaman and Jarvis Cocker compete to raise funds for Grenfell Tower survivors.
The former England goalkeeper and Pulp frontman join a cast of celebrities including Marcus Mumford, Les Ferdinand, Peter Crouch and Damian Lewis at the Game4Grenfell.
Queens Park Rangers is to host the celebrity showdown at Loftus Road stadium, situated just a mile away from the site of the disaster.
Star studded: She was joined by close pal and former bandmate Nicola Roberts as they stylish duo mingled with the star-studded crowd
Mingling: Nicola showed off her luscious red locks as she did her picture duties with Cheryl, who greeted adoring fans obligingly
Team snap! Roy Hodgson and Cheryl during trophy presentation to youth teams #GAME4GRENFELL charity football match
Firefighter Gregg Jules, who helped with the relief effort following the fire, will also take part.
All ticket money will go to the Evening Standard’s fund for those touched by the tragedy, which claimed at least 80 lives in June.
Around 2,000 complimentary tickets are to be given to those directly affected, including residents, relatives of the victims, volunteers and emergency services, organisers said.
Also walking down the tunnel for the 3pm kick-off were Olly Murs, Tinie Tempah, Jamie Dornan, Trevor Sinclair and Ally McCoist.
Her mini-me? Nicola Roberts posed with a lookalike fan, making for a very sweet snap from the stands
Clash: Two teams went head to head, captained by Ferdinand and Alan Shearer, which will feature Jose Mourinho ,Mo Farah (L), Olly Murs, Marcus Mumford (L), Peter Crouch, Kevin Gallen, Trevor Sinclair and Clint Hill (Danny Jones pictured right)
Les Ferdinand, who hails from the area, helped organise the event with QPR chairman Tony Fernandes and Columbia Records’ Ferdy Unger-Hamilton.
The former Premier League star said: ‘As someone who grew up in the area, personally this is incredibly close to my own heart and having spoken to Tony (Fernandes), he was also keen to continue the work we’ve done in the community since the fire.
‘A game, giving something back to the people of West London, seemed like the obvious thing to do.’
Two teams will go head to head, captained by Ferdinand and Alan Shearer, which will feature Jose Mourinho ,Mo Farah, Olly Murs, Marcus Mumford, Peter Crouch, Kevin Gallen, Trevor Sinclair and Clint Hill.
Keeping his fans happy: Former X Factor star Olly Murs of Team Ferdinand signed autographs for fans before the match
Team spirit: Mo Farah in the dressing room pictured in the dressing room before kick off alongside Olly Murs
‘I grew up on the Lancaster West estate, right next door to the Grenfell Tower,’ Ferdinand explained recently. ‘I lived there from the age of five right up until I was about 22 and in the first-team squad at QPR.
‘If you lived on the estate, that’s where you used to hang out. It’s devastating to see a place where you spent so much of your childhood looking like something out of a disaster movie – it doesn’t seem like real life.
‘This game is our way of showing victims they have not been forgotten. We care what happens next because there is a lot more to be done in terms of rehousing dozens of families and rebuilding their lives.’
To donate for Game4Grenfell, text Grenfell to 70007, to give £3 for residents affected by the fire.
Meanwhile the Government has been urged to appoint a social housing tsar to safeguard tenants’ interests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Left: Peter Crouch joined the star-studded crowd for the charity football match Right: Cheryl and Nicola posed alongside former professional footballer and football manager turned presenter and football analyst Chris Kamara
Tragedy: At least 80 died when flames engulfed the 24-storey block, while hundreds more were left homeless on June 14
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the west London inferno had left a sense of ‘frustration and anger’ that residents of the council-owned block were ‘ignored’.
In a letter to the Prime Minister, he proposed the introduction of a commissioner for social housing residents, tasked with giving tenants a voice on ‘the national stage’.
The June 14 disaster came against a backdrop of repeated fire safety concerns flagged by the tower’s residents, which were allegedly ignored by both the council and the organisation managing the building.
At least 80 died when flames engulfed the 24-storey block, while hundreds more were left homeless.
Both the council and the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation are being investigated by the Metropolitan Police on potential corporate manslaughter charges.
Coming together: The charity football match will today see cultures collide as stars including Olly Murs joining forces to raise funds for Grenfell Tower survivors
Coming together: Also walking down the tunnel for the 3pm kick-off were Olly Murs, Tinie Tempah (pictured), Jamie Dornan, Trevor Sinclair and Ally McCoist
Meanwhile on Thursday Liam Payne gave a rare insight into family life with Cheryl.
Discussing her sensational post-baby figure, he added: ‘She is a superwoman. I can’t believe it. And bless her, she’s done so well and she’s really happy with herself at the moment.’
Speaking to MailOnline, the 24-year-old pop star opened up about their six-month-old son Bear, joking: ‘He’s like a tiny little Michelin man! Today he had some Air Max on and he was trying to walk in the kitchen. Every day there’s something new and he gets more and more fun.’
‘He’s my best friend, we’re just having an amazing time and every time I get to spend with him is better.’
Playing for a good cause: Damian Lewis of Team Ferdinand and Mo Farah of Team Ferdinand posed before the match
Family life: Meanwhile Liam Payne gave rare insight into their life as first-time parents, as he told MailOnline how their six-month-old son Bear has ‘some lungs on him’, which Liam joked had been inherited from his hitmaker parents
Fans got their first glimpse of baby Bear back in March when the duo announced their arrival of their son on Mother’s Day, with both Liam and Cheryl sharing the same photo of him tenderly cradling onto his newborn to Instagram.
Cheryl had penned: ‘On Wednesday 22nd March Liam and I became parents to an incredibly beautiful, healthy baby boy, weighing 7lb 9 and looking like a dream. Although he still doesn’t have a name he is already stealing hearts.’
‘We are all madly in love and overwhelmingly happy with our little arrival. Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers around the world. A day that now has a different meaning to me forever.’
Love of their lives: The 24-year-old hitmaker has remained relatively guarded about their life as a family, yet he was feeling candid about the joy of parenthood to the tot, who he lovingly called a ‘humongous Michelin man’
In love: The joyous dad said ‘He’s like a tiny little Michelin man! Today he had some Air Max on and he was trying to walk in the kitchen. Every day there’s something new and he gets more and more fun’