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Coyle album shows 'vulnerable' side

Former Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle said her next solo album is influenced by her new life as a mother and will show off her "vulnerable" side.

The singer says her life has changed forever since the birth of her daughter, Anaiya, with partner Jason Bell.

She told Hello! Magazine: "I can barely remember my old life at all. I think, 'What did I do? How did I get through 24 hours a day without a baby to look after?'

"Every minute is directed towards Anaiya. There are no similarities between my old life and where I am now."

The singer, who will tour the world with the show Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games next year, said she will not hold back on her new album.

She said: "I'm really laying it all out there, which is scary. I'm making myself vulnerable. But having a baby forces you to live a bit more honestly."

Nadine, who lives in California, is back together with Jason after the couple split up and is thinking about marriage.

She said: "We do everything so big in my family so I think a much more intimate one would be perfect, perhaps a location wedding.

"We'll fly everyone out and have dinners and events planned for a whole weekend. Then it would be like, 'Oh, yeah, and we got married by the way.'"

The star added she did not miss life as one fifth of Girls Aloud, saying: "It was a wonderful thing to spend my teens and early 20s doing, but I don't miss anything.

"Everything I'm doing is so positive. I'm getting to travel all over the world and bring Anaiya with me. She's given me such a new lease of life, so much to look forward to and enjoy."

:: Read the full interview in Hello! Magazine, out now.

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