Unlike a number of women who worry about getting older, the Girls Aloud singer has admitted that she can't wait to hit the milestone, as she believes it is the age when women feel most beautiful and confident in their own skin.
That being said, she won't be tweaking her skin with a bit of Botox or getting any surgery done like her fellow A-listers are partial to.
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror's new Notebook magazine about how her mum would react if she had Botox, Cheryl said: "She'd go crazy. We earn our wrinkles. It's character, it's the map of your life.
"I don't have wrinkles yet but by the time they show up I'm sure I'll have lived enough to deserve them."
The chart-topping songstress added that turning 30 this month makes her feel grown up and she intends to throw more than one party to celebrate her new age: "Not just one party. I'm thinking three or four," she admitted.
"I feel like I've lived a lot for my age too. I deserve to be 30. I'm ready for it."
Cheryl will be joining her former bandmates, Sarah Harding and Kimberley Walsh in the 'Thirty-licious' club on 30 June and is now planning to take some time out for herself, after Girls Aloud announced that they had split for good earlier this year during their final TEN tour show.
The brunette beauty - who is currently dating backing dancer Tre Holloway - was recently seen looking stunning on the red carpet in Cannes and even hung out with fellow L'Oreal brand ambassador, Eva Longoria, while there.
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