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Nadine Coyle missing in action for Kimberley Walsh's hen do

By Helen Pye

Published 18/01/2016

Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts

Former Girls Aloud songstress Nadine Coyle has missed out on a party to celebrate bandmate Kimberley Walsh's final days as an unmarried woman at a raucous 'Last Wild Night' hen do.

Bridesmaid Cheryl Fernandez-Versini put her own marital woes behind her to join Nicola Roberts, another of the eight bridesmaids, to let their hair down at London hotspot The Cuckoo Club on Friday.

Walsh walks down the aisle at a secret tropical destination later this month with property developer and former Triple 8 band member Justin Scott.

However, the other former band members - Londonderry singer Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding, who is in Austria filming The Jump - were not present.

And neither will be playing a role at the wedding.

Mum-of-one Nadine spent Christmas in Derry with family, and has been spending more time in London, where she would like to move permanently. Kimberley told Closer magazine: "I can't have all the Girls Aloud girls as it would literally start to feel like a football team behind me, but both Cheryl and Nicola will be bridesmaids for sure."

At the weekend, it was reported that Cheryl is facing a £3m divorce settlement as husband Jean-Bernard may contest the split.

The Sun reported that Cheryl wants him to sign a non-disclosure agreement, which would appear to come at a high price.

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