MALVERN pop singer Cher Lloyd has stayed true to her roots and ensured her daughter shares the love for her home town and the wider county.

Earlier this year we reported on the pop singer saying she and her family were missing Malvern in a social media Q&A session with fans.

And in recent months the mum-of-one has been sharing images on her social media of visits to her favourite tourist hotspots in the county with three-year-old daughter Delilah-Rae.

Among the attractions the star visited were West Midlands Safari Park near Kidderminster and Tank Clock Tower in the Malvern Hills

On the post for the visit to the safari's park's dinosaur attraction she wrote: "So much fun" and included her daughter's name with a heart emoji, as well as some dinosaur emojis.

And after posting the Tank Clock Tower picture on Instagram she liked a post from fan Jenny Moloney that said: "Home is where the heart is."

The 28-year-old singer and rapper attended the Chase School and Dyson Perrins CE Academy before going on to become a superstar almost overnight at the age of 16 after reaching the final of the X Factor in 2010.

Asked by a fan if she was missing the Worcestershire town in January she said: "Yeah we do. We love being in Malvern."

On her social media the Swagger Jagger and Want U Back singer has also has also been promoting her latest music 'Baddest', which she worked on with Grammy Award winner Imanbek while juggling motherhood with husband Craig Monk.