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Bucks Fizz star Cheryl Baker shares 'relief' as daughter comes out as gay: 'I was happy they felt able to be so open with us'

The singer, 70, who won Eurovision in 1981 with the pop group, is proud Kyla, 29, who uses the pronoun they/them, has been so open about their sexuality.

Baker since put the £1.4million Kent mansion she shares with husband Steve Stroud and their 29-year-old twin daughters Kyla and Natalie up for sale, but denies recent claims that the decision was prompted by an urgent need to raise money. In August Baker told how she sold clothes, including her glamorous outfits, her car and started growing vegetables from a plot at the bottom of her garden to save on grocery bills. Now she's hoping to get back on track by selling the home she originally bought for £750,000 in November 2011 with bass player husband Steve, who has played in Sir Cliff Richard's band.

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