Cheryl Fernandez-Versini worried fans when she revealed her slimmed down figure during The X Factor auditions, but she has once again insisted that there is no cause for concern. The 32-year-old has said she is "well and happy", while addressing her frustrations about body image.
"It all started with a girl on Instagram calling us a bag of bones," she told The Mirror. "At the time I was thinking people are so quick to judge without thinking, 'Is there a reason why this person might be like that?'
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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has insisted she is "well and happy"
"Right now I feel like we are facing a lot of body issues in general - girls expected to have big booties, girls with thin legs - and it's impossible. It needs to slow down, or stop. It's highlighting body insecurities and it's not right."
The Fight For This Love singer continued to say that her busy work schedule often means she doesn't find time for exercise.
"I work 12 to 14 hours a day. I don't even have time at the moment to exercise - and I don't need to either," she explained. "It's nice that people are concerned, but honestly there's no cause for concern.
"You can see I am completely and utterly well and happy."
Cheryl first spoke out about her recent weight loss in July, revealing that she was grieving following the death of her father-in-law.
Cheryl has recently been on holiday in Bali
The Geordie beauty, who married husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in July 2014, has since had plenty to smile about since both in her personal and professional life. Cheryl has impressed music mogul Simon Cowell throughout the X Factor auditions, with the 55-year-old saying she was better than ever.
Meanwhile she is also reported to have bought a £4million mansion in North London which boasts five bedrooms, a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, home gym and even staff quarters.
The couple, who have recently enjoyed a holiday in Bali, are said to love their new home so much they are even planning on starting a family there.
"It's amazing," a source told The Sun. "It's huge and has a modern edge. They can really see themselves starting a family there."