Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 25 October 2014

Cheryl Cole stuns at perfume launch

Cheryl Cole at the launch of her new perfume

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has said she is loving married life as she launched her new perfume.

The X Factor judge was all smiles as she arrived at the bash, in an oyster-coloured lace trim dress that bore a little resemblance to a wedding gown.

The Daily Mirror reported that the singer took along new husband Jean-Bernard to the Mayfair event, but that they arrived and left separately.

And when asked by host Marvin Humes on stage how married life was going, she replied: "Yes I'm enjoying it very much thank you."

Fans waited to catch a glimpse of Cheryl arriving to launch the fragrance Storm Flower at Mayfair's Avenue restaurant, which was decorated with purple flowers.

The launch came after it emerged that Jean-Bernard told the jeweller who made her £275,000 ring that it needed to be worthy of his "unfailing and unconditional love", the newspaper said.

In a statement, jeweller Roman Garfunkel said: "Jean-Bernard entrusted us with the creation of his engagement and wedding bands.

"The guideline from Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini was clear enough. Your work must epitomise my unfailing unconditional love."

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