"Thank you, I will take that for my d...for my baby"
The same quote was used elsewhere.
Two days later and the Mail published a follow-up:
She didn't? With the help of a video of the incident, the Mail reveals that she actually said:
"Is this for us? Awww, thank you so much, it's [very] very sweet of you"
In other words: not much like what was originally reported. Curiously, this didn't make the front pages.
Meanwhile, in other 'pregnancy news', the Daily Star ran the headline 'Mystery of 'pregnant' star Cheryl Cole' on its front page on Saturday.
Here's what happened: a pregnant woman went to see Cheryl Cole in concert. 'So nice to see lovely @CherylCole', she tweeted. Cheryl replied: 'Nice to see you too, you look amazing pregnant'.
The 'mystery' is that anyone thought this meant Cheryl was pregnant, or that this was worthy of a place on the front page of a paper.