Cheryl Cole
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Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole has moved on after the heart-breaking divorce from Ashley Cole, her husband of four years, but she has admitted that she had problem while dating after the separation.

Cheryl, who is currently dating her backing dancer Tre Holloway, ended her four-year-old marriage with Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole following his infidelity.

In an interview to Glamour magazine for its December issue, Cheryl said that she felt as if she was cheating on her ex-husband Ashley when she first started dating after the divorce.

"It takes a long time after you've been with someone as long as I was [with Ashley] not to feel like you're cheating on them. That may sound crazy, but it's the way I felt after him. I had completely committed myself," she told Glamour

"Dating someone who's not in the industry can be difficult but dating someone in the limelight has its own problems. Everything is intensified. If I fell in love with a binman I'd be happy but if I fell in love some really famous man I feel like that would belong to the media," she added when asked if she prefers dating a non-famous person.

The "Under the Sun" singer went on to say that she might marry again and have a big family.

"Could I see myself getting married again? Never say never. I always said I'd like to have a big family, because I'm from one, so I'd like four or five children. But I don't know realistically if that's going to happen. You can't assume things. I never thought I'd get a divorce," she told the magazine.

"It's the broken plans you have made that are the hardest to get over. Ashley and I would talk all the time about starting a family - well I would anyway."

Cheryl Cole's professional life is taking a new turn besides her love life. Girls Aloud is releasing their new single "Something New" this month.

The five-member all-girls' band announced their comeback after 10 years last week. They will release their new single on 18 November 2012 and their second greatest hits called "Ten" on 26 November 2012. They also announced a tour called "Ten - The Hits Tour 2013".