Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was defended against an online troll by her husband, who praised her as the ''most beautiful woman on the planet''.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's new husband has described her as ''the most beautiful woman on the planet''.
Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini - who married the 'Crazy Stupid Love' singer in a secret ceremony last month after three months of dating - defended his new wife after she was criticised by an Instagram user for being too thin and slammed for uploading a selfie in a glamorous outfit.
He wrote in response: ''She is the most beautiful woman on the planet and she wants to share it. #sharingiscaring No seriously she is.
''Do you follow me? (sic)''
The French businessman went on to thank Cheryl's genuine fans for their support and slammed the ''hater'' for wasting energy with their negativity.
He added: ''And I can tell you something else she really care about her fans and touched by all your support. Now for the hater please continue talking #wasteofenergy. I wish I had that much time hating and waste energy. Must mean you have a very productive life.(sic)''
Speaking about the couple's wedding celebration in London, Kimberley said: Jean-Bernard has won over Kimberley - who is eight months pregnant - with his gentlemanly ways and she was grateful for his attentive nature at the party.
She said: ''Jean-Bernard's a lovely guy. He was looking out for me all night. Every time he saw I was hot, he was like, 'Can we get a water here!'
''When he saw I'd been standing for a while, he put a chair beside me.
''He was a gent and I think he realised that it was a bit of a mission for me to be going out clubbing at eight months pregnant, so he was looking out for me.''
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