Cheryl Cole's new husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini cannot be ''tamed'' according to his close friend and former boxing coach Curtis Jones.
Cheryl Cole's new husband can't be ''tamed'', according to his close friend.
The 'Crazy Stupid Love' singer, 31, revealed earlier this week that she'd married her boyfriend of three months Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in a secret ceremony last week and his former boxing coach and pal Curtis Jones has now confessed he's unsure whether she'll be able to change his ways.
Frank explained: ''I'm so happy he has found love - but I would say to Cheryl she's got to keep a close eye on Jean.
''He definitely has an eye for the ladies and they love him too. When we used to go out together they would flock around us ... He is a wild man - I don't think he can be tamed.''
Curtis coached JB - who is believed to have been based in the United States for a decade - in Brooklyn, New York for six months and claims he witnessed JB partying with groups of girls on numerous occasions.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''Once we were in the club they'd be brining bottles to our tables - and the girls would follow.''
However, Curtis admits JB, 33, could now be ready for family life with Cheryl - who was previously married to former England soccer star Ashley Cole - but doesn't think he'll ever fully let go of his partying lifestyle.
He added: ''I'm sure he is going to settle down but he'll still love to party.''
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