Geordie pop star Cheryl Tweedy is back in the North East, to visit her trust, Cheryl’s Trust, which opened in 2017.
The ‘Call My Name’ singer was pictured outside the Trust, opposite Discovery Museum, in Newcastle on Tuesday morning.
Cheryl met His Royal Highness, Prince Of Wales, at the centre as part of his royal engagements in the North East.
The Mam of one looked stylish wearing a glamorous dress and a long coat, which is sure to keep her warm during the cold weather.
Cheryl took to Instagram to share her thoughts on the day:
”It was so incredibly special to go back to my centre with the Princes Trust and HRH Prince Charles today. To meet the 8 young people who have been through the most recent ‘Team programme’ and hear how much it’s changed their lives really was so inspiring. The work the Princes Trust do really is so important in helping young people succeed ❤️🌹”
Speaking at the Trust, Cheryl said ”It was incredibly inspiring to meet young people in Newcastle today and hear how transformational The Prince’s Trust’s support has been for them. It really does show how important it is that young people have access to this help so they can build their confidence and skills. That’s why I’m passionate about working with the Prince’s Trust, and helping young people succeed”.
Prince Charles, alongside Cheryl, meeting some of the young people who were recently part of the Cheryl’s Trust / Princes Trust partnership, to help disadvantaged youth, and help them gain various skills and employment.
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