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Cole ‘involved in husband’s business’

Published 16/07/2014

Cheryl Cole
Cheryl Cole

Cheryl Cole has reportedly been helping her new husband, French entrepreneur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versin, with his London business ventures.

The 31-year-old singer married French entrepreneur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini on July 7 after dating for three months.

But apparently Jean-Bernard is impressed with Cheryl’s professional skills and has happily accepted her help in finding the perfect property for his new London eatery.

“Cheryl’s been really involved in helping JB find the perfect spot for his first restaurant here,” a source told British newspaper The Sun. “They’re considering trending London areas like Shoreditch, Notting Hill, Soho and Dalston. When the restaurant opens, she wants to get involved and JB’s joked that he’ll put her to work in the kitchen.”

Although Cheryl’s new spouse is cosmopolitan, splitting most of his time between St Barts and the French Riviera, its claimed he knows little about the UK.

“JB is very well travelled but Cheryl is loving getting to show him the ins-and-outs of London,” the insider said.

According to British newspaper The Mirror, the couple tied the knot on a beach in Mustique last Monday and invited only four guests.

The star’s mother, Joan, and assistant Lily England were reportedly among those present.

Cheryl previously married ex-England star Ashley Cole in 2006 without a prenuptial, and she’s thought to have entered her second marriage without drafting paperwork to protect her assets once again.

“She is a canny businesswoman but in matters of love, she believes the heart should rule the head to a certain extent,” a source told The Mirror.

The X Factor judge has called pre-nups “disgusting” in the past.

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