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I have learned to be less apologetic: Cheryl

I have learned to be less apologetic: Cheryl

London: Singer Cheryl says she has now learned to not give importance to what people think about her.

The 33-year-old singer says getting older has left her less concerned about other people, reported Female First.

“The good thing about being in your 30s is that you know yourself better. I learned to be less apologetic and not to give importance to what people say. I think you just focus on what is right for you and you learn to trust your own instincts and follow them.

“I’ve been through difficult stages and you never know what’s going to hit you in life. You just don’t have a clue. But I’d tell myself: ‘You will get through things.’ You do. You just get through it and you keep going,” Cheryl said.

The “X Factor” judge, who recently finalized divorce with her second husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, said she is in a happy space in her life.

“I know you can tell exactly what is going on with me. My eyes give everything away. I can’t ever hide my emotions, and it’s great that you can see I’m really happy.