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20 August 2013, 10:33
The 'Under The Sun' singer says she feels she can finally relax now she is 30 as she feels more grown-up.
Cheryl Cole has revealed she is "glad" to put her twenties behind her and finally feels like a "grown-up woman" since turning 30.
The 'Call My Name' singer celebrated her thirtieth birthday recently with a big party out in Las Vegas with friends, including Girls Aloud bandmates Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts, and says she now feels she can relax after her hectic twenties.
"[Becoming 30] always felt like a sigh of relief," Cheryl reveals in the new issue of Hello magazine. "I'm glad to put my 20s behind me.
"They were amazing - don't get me wrong - and I've crammed so much in, but I'm like, 'relax'.
"I'm a woman, I can just breathe now and not worry about life any more," the 'Under The Sun' singer explained. "The good, the bad and the ugly.
"It's all character building and makes the woman you are,' she added. "I'm a grown-up woman now, it's official.
"I feel much better than I did in my 20s."
Check out a picture of Cheryl Cole on her 'A Million Lights' UK tour last year below (Credit: Getty):
Last week saw the surprise announcement that Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle is expecting her first child, with Cheryl and her bandmates all congratulating the Northern Irish singer on Twitter.
Cheryl Cole recently teased fans by sharing pictures of her return to the recording studio, presumably to begin work on new music.