LOVE notes and haters: Liam and Cheryl’s relationship is heating up

We hardly believed it ourselves when rumours started about Liam Payne and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, but they dropped some huge hints over the weekend to 'confirm' their relationship.

And some eagle-eyed fans have even spotted their flirty social media messages to each other online.

Cheryl shared a photo of herself on Instagram ahead of the BRIT awards last week, where she posed in a black and white filter with green eyes photoshopped in.

And while her fans thought she looked smoking hot, they weren't the only ones:

Liam decided to leave a comment and said, "see you there babe," along with a cheeky smiley face.

He also left a string of kissy faces, which have since been deleted – but not before fans took screenshots of the comments first.

This comes after a weekend together where they went shopping in Tesco and Liam changed his IG profile to that of him and his new love looking mighty cosy.

And as we've all come to understand now, the minute things heat up in the love section for a One Direction boy, the fans aren't too happy about it.

Cheryl has obviously been receiving a lot of hate so to slam the online trolls, she changed her IG bio.

"When people hate on you, it's because you've got something they want," reports The Mirror and shortly followed it with, "All love, good vibes only." 

We get it Cheryl, he's your man. What do you think of their new relationship? We're still undecided.  

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