One Direction star Liam Payne, 26, has said it is "difficult" to be apart from his son Bear, who he shares with ex-girlfriend and former Girls Aloud star Cheryl, 36, during the nationwide lockdown. The singer-songwriter is currently following the Government's guidelines to social distance and stay at home during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
I don’t know how I feel about it.
Liam is reportedly struggling to be apart from his son Bear, who is in isolation with his mother, Cheryl, while the nationwide lockdown continues.
The singer is reportedly keeping in contact with his boy through FaceTime, but he said the current situation is "difficult".
Liam told The Sun about the conversation he was having with Cheryl about going to see them.
He said: "It was one of the first times I was in the country for his birthday and I was ready to go over and I just thought, ‘I don’t know how I feel about it.'"
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Liam Payne says he speaks to Bear on FaceTime during lockdown (Image: Getty/Instagram)
Cheryl and Bear living together during nationwide lockdown (Image: Getty)
The former The X Factor star then explained he has been keeping in touch with Bear on FaceTime, but it is "difficult".
He explained to the publication it is "difficult having to put up with a lot of FaceTime".
Prior to his admission, Liam recently spoke out on his social media on Mother's Day to thank Bear's mum, Cheryl and his mum for raising him "right".
Liam wrote to his 18 and a half million followers on Instagram: "Double special day today thanks to 2 very special ladies and a very special little man...