Cheryl and Liam Payne “Could Leave the UK for a New Life in Los Angeles” to Co-Sponsor Bear


Cheryl is reportedly considering leaving the UK and moving to California with her son Bear, so that he can be co-parent with dad Liam Payne.Geordie’s singer, 37, is believed to want to be closer to Liam, 26, and Closer magazine said he asked her to move in after failing to settle in London.

The One Direction star offers a new life in Los Angeles after sources close to the couple claimed that Liam “missed Los Angeles time and laid back lifestyle”.

Cheryl plans to move to LA

An insider told the publication, “Cheryl and Liam have discussed LA and he says he would like Bear to experience the Californian way of life.

“Liam is still making a lot of recordings there, so that’s also what’s best for Bear in terms of seeing both parents at the same time.

“Cheryl insists that he should not have to spend long periods of time without seeing her father, so she plans this for the good of their family. ”

Liam is believed to wish that if they all move to LA, he will then be closer to his girlfriend Maya Henry and his family, who are based in Texas.

The source continued, “He would never want to be separated from Bear for too long, so sparked Cheryl’s idea that she and Bear would come back from time to time to spend time together.

“As Cheryl lived there, he hopes she would feel comfortable.

“She has a small network of people and knows parts of Los Angeles pretty well. “

Liam Payne wants Bear to experience California life

Liam and Cheryl have a swirling romance in 2016 before having Bear. They separated in the summer of 2018 but remained close for the sake of their son.

Speaking to Daily Star Online, Liam said Bear found it confusing when he saw his parents playing on television.

Liam revealed, “Honestly, when Cheryl comes on TV, he just becomes perplexed.

“He watches TV and starts dancing crazy.

“Like when Love Made Me Do It came out and she played it on the X Factor, he kept playing it over and over. ”

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