Consider that these very words are tattooed - quite literally - on the back of her delectable neck, and it soon becomes clear that this is one lady who was not born into privilege.Indeed, had opportunity not come knocking six years ago in the form of Popstars: The Rivals - the reality television show which led to the formation of Girls Aloud - things might have turned out very differently for the then Cheryl Tweedy.All the while the starlet's perfect features are a fixture in newsagents across the country, gazing down from the glossy covers of endless magazines.
Three hundred miles north of her six-bedroom, gated mansion in leafy Oxshott (complete with its own cinema - she is, after all, a WAG) lies an altogether different residence.
It is here, in a down-at-heel terrace house in Heaton, Newcastle, that the Tweedy family seat can be found.
Meanwhile, Niall has been busy promoting his new solo album while Down Under.
It appears the This Town hitmaker has a great sense of humour, after indulging the Kyle and Jackie 'O' Show's bizarre shenanigans throughout his interview.
And away from the stylists, airbrushes and PR mollycoddlers of Cheryl's ivory tower, the picture isn't quite as pretty.