4 September 2017, 11:16
They also roped in Sir Mo Farah to join in the fun.
On Saturday, Cheryl made her first public appearance since giving birth to baby Bear back in March. For fans of quality Noughties pop there was even more reason to be excited though, as she also caught up with her old Girls Aloud buddy Nicola Roberts.
The former bandmates were attending the Game4Grenfell, a charity football match pitting celebs against mainly retired footie legends.
Nicola and Cheryl let Mo Farah crash one of their pictures and the trio gave us their best ‘Mobot.’ We wonder if he ever feels like not doing it?
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We were also treated to a glamorous pouty selfie from two Girls Aloud pals, who must have had a lot to catch up on.
Former X Factor judge Cheryl is also set to be doing her first TV interview since giving birth soon. This Morning have landed the exclusive but the ITV show is keeping the date a secret. Oooh, the suspense!
Queen’s Park Rangers had arranged the weekend’s football event to raise money for the victims of June’s Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.
The footballers temporarily coming out of retirement for the day include Alan Shearer, David Seaman, Trevor Sinclair, Andy Sinton, Jody Morris, Ally McCoist and Paul Merson.
One of the day’s best moments came when Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho put on the goalie gloves and joined in on all the fun, all in the name of charity. The crowd lapped it up.
Other celebrities who laced up their boots for the match included; Jamie Dornan, Damian Lewis, Ben Cohen, Olly Murs, Marcus Mumford, Wretch 32, Ben Shephard, Tinie Tempah, Jarvis Cocker, Richard Ashcroft and James Bay.