Cheryl Cole has got married to her French boyfriend Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini on the island of Mustique, in the West Indies this weekend after just three months of dating.
Cheryl Cole has reportedly got married.
The 'X Factor' judge, who split from dancer Tre Holloway seven months ago, tied the knot with her French boyfriend Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in a secret ceremony on a beach on the island of Mustique, in the West Indies, this weekend.
A source told The Sun newspaper that the couple, who started dating three months ago, exchanged vows in front of just four guests, including the 'Fight For This Love' hitmaker's mother Joan Callaghan.
The 31-year-old beauty quietly started dating the 33-year-old restaurant owner in April and went public with their relationship at the Cannes International Film Festival a month later.
Jean moved into her luxury mansion in the UK last month and friends recently revealed he was eager to make the former Girls Aloud star, who was previously married to footballer Ashley Cole until 2010, his wife.
An insider told The Mirror newspaper: ''Their relationship has really hotted up, and he's a very impulsive guy.
''He thinks the two of them are perfect together and would love to marry her. To people who don't know him it might seem rushed but he's a passionate Frenchman - he wears his heart on his sleeve.''
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