POP star Cher Lloyd has shared pictures with her daughter enjoying a day out picking pumpkins at Top Barn Farm.

The X Factor star and singer from Malvern shared a cute picture of her and daughter Delilah-Rae among the pumpkins at Top Barn Farm in Holt Heath.

The Malvern mum-of-one is back in her home county and enjoying a half term day out with her three-year-old.

The 28-year-old captioned the Instagram post: "We had the best time picking pumpkins with my mum and sisters today.

"Family means so much to me, I’m so happy to be able to make memories together."


Top Barn Farm is a popular place for Worcestershire families to visit and at the moment it has set up its own pop-up pumpkin patch.

It's free to visit the pumpkin patch and refreshments are available from the CoffeeCabin.

Cher grew up in Malvern and attended the Chase School and Dyson Perrins CE Academy.

At just 16 years old she became a superstar almost overnight after reaching the final of the X Factor in 2010.

She went on to release a string of hit albums and singles, including her debut Swagger Jagger which shot to the top of the UK singles chart back in 2011.

Cher showed her love for her hometown during a social media Q&A back in January.

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

In the Q&A fans also asked what she has been up to during lockdown, to which she replied: "I have been trying to keep as busy as possible, which isn't hard with a toddler, but watching new shows, listening to music, cooking new recipes and all that good stuff."