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Cole excited about Walsh pregnancy

Cheryl Cole has told of her excitement that Kimberley Walsh is to become a mum - although she admitted she probably won't follow suit any time soon.

The singer said in an interview that she is so excited that she has been sitting by the phone every time her former Girls Aloud bandmate has a scan, reported the Daily Mirror.

She said in an interview with Emma Bunton on Heart FM: "She's got the big bump, she's doing that breathing thing that pregnant ladies do, I love it!"

Talking about finding out that Kim was expecting her first child with long-term partner Justin Scott, Cheryl said: "Something was off with her, I was aware at the time, and she was so like 'When are you back? I miss you?' OK we always miss each other but this was, something was ringing in my head."

But Cheryl insisted she isn't ready to be a mum herself, telling Emma: "Not too soon, let's do the album first!"

She added: "Maybe next time I come in, maybe in a few years, I can show you pictures."

The Fight For This Love star also opened up about her fitness regime, revealing she follows US workout and wellness guru Tracy Anderson.

"She's a woman from America who did a programme specifically for women," she explained. "She works your small muscles to make you lean and toned rather than bulky, because I can get muscly really quick because I used to dance when I was little.

"She's amazing, she's partners with Gwyneth Paltrow."

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