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Cheryl makes the cutest Rudolph ever- see her festive Instagram

Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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Cheryl has shown that she is in the holiday spirit with her latest Instagram post – a snap of herself using Snapchat's reindeer filter!

The filter made the star's eyes bigger while adding cartoon antlers and a red nose as she pouted at the camera in the car. Dressed for Christmas in a dark blouse and red coat, fans of the Fight for this Love singer were quick to comment on the singer's look in the snap, with one writing: "Cuttttiiiieeeeee," while another added: "You look amazing as always! I love your coat." 

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Cheryl posted a Christmas selfie

Cheryl has previously spoken about how much she loves Christmas time, telling the Mirror: "Christmas [is] my favourite time of year. It's a nostalgic thing – I'm from a big family and Christmas was so magical when I was a kid. Now I live it vicariously through my nieces and nephews. I love watching the magic in their little eyes." The 33-year-old caused a stir via her social media channels on Thursday after posting a cryptic video talking about karma. In the video, US reality show star Tami Roman says: "For the record every negative thing you say, do think or write shall be returned to you 10 fold… all of those negative things and negative energy are going in vain.

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"Out here shovelling the next person's grave when you need to jump yourself in because you're only digging it for yourself. When you negative and when you evil and you mean-spirited, you will one day look around at your life and see the way things is going ain't really the way that you planned them to be. That's called karma." The post caused fans to speculate whether she was referring to an interview with her husband Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini where he revealed he only heard about her pregnancy on the news. He told the Evening Standard: "Funnily enough that [the news] was how I heard. It's a great thing to have babies. There are so many sad things these days, if everyone was creating life, the world would be a better place."