X Factor legend Cher Lloyd reveals she's pregnant with her second child | The Sun

CHER Lloyd has revealed she is pregnant with her second baby.

The 29-year-old, who found fame on the X Factor, announced the happy news today alongside husband Craig Monk.

The couple are already parents to a girl called Delilah- Rae, four,and the little one featured in their announcement video.

As Delilah lifted her hands to reveal a scan picture, Cher told fans: “Baby number 2, we can’t wait to meet you.”

Cher and Craig took fans by surprise eight years ago when they tied the knot in secret.

She broke the news on Instagram, posting a black and white shot from the big day simply captioned with the date.

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They welcomed their first child in 2018 and Cher has kept her family life very much under wraps.

It's been more than a decade since Cher found fame on The X Factor, when she was just 16 years old.

Fans of the show will probably remember her audition, singing Keri Hilson's Turn My Swag On, which caused judge Cheryl Tweedy to brand her: "Right up my street."

However despite finishing fourth in the competition and enjoying some initial success, it wasn't long before the pressures of fame became too much for Cher.

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Speaking previously to The Sun, she recalled the time she was forced to flee the stage at V Festival in 2012 when she was pelted with bottles of urine.

Suggesting that was a reaction the character she was "forced" to play during The X Factor, Cher said: "I’m more disappointed that it was OK to do that to a human being, and that talent could be overlooked because people wanted to create a character."

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