Amidst all of this, Cheryl made a public appearance at her charity centre in Newcastle.
During the opening, the 34-year-old entertainer was questioned about whether or not she felt "frustrated" at the stories about her personal life with her boyfriend Liam Payne, 24, whom she shares 11-month-old son Bear, taking focus away from the initiative.
It's interesting she'd use the word "marriage", considering reports that Liam has had enough of Cheryl's rejection when it comes to getting married.
Is Cheryl and Liam Payne's relationship "on the rocks" as his solo career and their 10-year age gap take toll? "We'll welcome you with open arms... that's what we're here for". "It's an incredibly vulnerable age and people find themselves in all sorts of problems - self-esteem issues, confidence issues - and they've said coming here is the first time they've been listened to and the fact that my centre can privide that is fantastic to me". She doesn't like going out much as she used to'.
'There are the very real strains of trying to adapt to parenthood whilst being in the spotlight and having to appear as though everything is rosy all of the time.
The unmarried couple have been battling to stay together - staging crisis talks this week about their future after Liam returned to Britain from touring.
It was also reported by The Sun that Liam has spoken to lawyers to see what a split would mean for their shared assets and the care of their son - with Liam holding an estimated £54million fortune, and Cheryl around £20million.
He said: "Obviously, she supported me going off and doing my career and stuff, so she's been fantastic".
Cheryl said she was not "bothered" by speculation about her private life - as she declared her relationship with the Prince's Trust "the ideal marriage".
"I've waited for seven years to finally be here, and none of that matters".