Cheryl Tweedy has boasted about her and Liam Payne's sex life.

The 34-year-old singer hinted the couple - who have seven-month-old son Bear Payne - have a healthy time between the sheets after one fan suggested they're too preoccupied with the little one nowadays.

Cheryl shared the 24-year-old star's single 'Bedroom Floor' on Twitter, to which a fan replied: ''I heard it was more baby toys rather on the bedroom floor than clothes (sic)''

But the 'Crazy Stupid Love' hitmaker hinted things were quite alright in that department, replying: ''Not from where I'm looking [licking lips emoji] (sic)''

The response provoked a mixed reaction from her supporters with some enjoying the cheeky comment and others thinking she went too far.

One fan wrote: ''Pahahaha, I bet it's your mess then (sic)''

Another posted: ''HAHAHAHAHAHA CHERYL (sic)''

But one supporter tweeted: ''How can I unread this ? (sic)''

And another wrote: ''Too much information (sic)''

Some fans suggested the couple could be trying for another baby.

One tweeted: ''Are yall making more babies? (sic)''

Liam's 'Bedroom Floor' single features lyrics about a bitter split, prompting speculation it is about a time she tried to dump him, but he has previously denied the song is about Cheryl.

When asked if the lyrics are about her, he said: ''No, that's a different story on the album actually.''

If Cheryl and Liam's bedroom antics were previously scheduled into her daily routine they may have been put on hold lately as the star recently admitted since giving birth to Bear she has had little time for herself, and only just started putting make-up back on.

She said: ''Since becoming a mum, my beauty regime has actually gone out the window. Taking care of a baby 24/7 means make-up is just not practical. It's only been recently that I've had time to start applying make-up again and it's been lovely, actually. I wen out for dinner a few weeks ago ad it was strange to see myself made up again, but lovely at the same time.

''It changes your life completely but in the most amazing way. But I've had the best six months of my life. Really.

''I hated being pregnant. A lot of stuff went on and I just didn't enjoy it...

''I didn't stop for 14 years - literally on the roller coaster. And then when I got pregnant I thought, 'Right, I just don't need this stress.' So I relaxed.''