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29 October 2012, 11:29 | Updated: 29 October 2012, 11:42
The 'Under The Sun' singer says she used to talk about starting a family with ex-husband Ashley Cole.
Cheryl Cole says she feels "happy and settled" in life right now and looks forward to having a "big family" on day in the future.
The 'Call My Name' star opened up about her new relationship with dancer Tre Holloway in the new issue of Britain's Glamour magazine, and says she and ex-husband Ashley Cole would often talk about settling down and having children during their marriage.
"I always said I'd like to have a big family, because I'm from one, so I'd like four or five children," Cheryl revealed to the publication. "But I don't know realistically if that's going to happen. You can't assume things.
"Ashley [Cole] and I would talk all the time about starting a family, well I would anyway," she explained. "It's the broken plans you have made that are the hardest to get over."
Cheryl insists she is "not a victim" at all and feels she is in a good place with her life after wrapping her latest UK tour and being at the beginning of a new relationship.
"I'm not unlucky in love or anything else. And I'm absolutely not a victim," she added. "I'm strong, happy and settled, and I really don't give a s**t anymore."
View a picture of Cheryl performing on her recently concluded 'A Million Lights' UK tour below (Credit: Getty):
Cheryl reunited with her bandmates in Girls Aloud earlier this month to announce plans for a greatest hits collection an a new UK arena tour kicking off in early 2013 with a performance in Newcastle on 21st February.
Cheryl Cole is also set to release a live DVD of her recent tour, called Cheryl's A Million Lights Live At The O2, which is due to be officially released on 26th November.