Cheryl shows off baby bump as she opens up about self-doubt: Watch the video

Cheryl has shown off her growing baby bump in a video for The Prince's Trust charity, where she opened up about her feelings of self-doubt, and encouraged viewers to reach out for help if they are ever feeling alone. "My name's Cheryl and I'm from Newcastle," she began. "There was definitely a time when I struggled with self-doubt. I would say more so was when I was teenager was when I first experienced those feelings of doubt. Doubting your decisions. I wasn't doing very well at school at all."

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She continued: "I would there's moments in life where you might view things as failure but they're actually just learning curves so you can't be afraid to fail. But I think you've got to experience enough to feel that way and I'm definitely at a place where I don't feel like I fail at things, I feel like I've learned." The aim of the campaign, 'All Worth It', which is in collaboration with L'Oreal Paris, is to help the 10,000 young people across the UK who are having difficulties with feelings of self-doubt. Cheryl isn't the only celebrity ambassador to join in on the cause, with X Factor winner Louisa Johnson and Helen Mirren also among those to have given testimonies on self-worth.

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Cheryl concluded her touching speech by saying: "Don't ever just sit there feeling sad, feeling excluded, feeling a horrible way. Don't ever feel alone, because there's many people that want to help… Absolutely realising your potential, building your confidence, changing your life, because we're all worth it." The mum-to-be unveiled her baby bump earlier this week for a photoshoot for the campaign, and a source revealed to the Metro that the star was due to give birth in March. "Cheryl is getting very excited to meet her baby," they said. "Her due date was mid to late March but she knows there is a two week window on either side, so her baby could be here literally any day now."