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From Mustique to St Martin's Lane: Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's London wedding celebration

22 JULY 2014

After a secret wedding ceremony on Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton's favourite Caribbean island, Mustique, newlyweds Cheryl and Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini headed to a private members' club in St Martin's Lane to celebrate their marriage with friends and family back in the British capital.

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Cheryl and Jean-Bernard partied with friends in The Library in London


The swanky bash on Monday evening was a world away from the couple's secret nuptials, which were attended by only four guests, including the mother of the bride Joan Callaghan and Cheryl's PA Lily England.

For her party in the capital, Cheryl, 31, chose the exclusive The Library in the heart of London's theatreland, which opened in March this year. Set in a five-storey townhouse, the posh venue features a spectacular main room with a double mezzanine, fireplace, stage and bar, along with a nightclub on the ground floor.

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The Voice presenter Marvin Humes and his wife Rochelle joined Cheryl and her new hubby for their celebration


With a capacity of up to 50 guests, only Cheryl and Jean-Bernard's nearest and dearest could join them for the special occasion. Naturally, Cheryl's former Girls Aloud bandmates Kimberley Walsh, 32, and Nicola Roberts, 28, joined her for the evening, as well as The Voice presenter Marvin Humes and his wife Rochelle.

According to reports, Cheryl and her restaurateur hubby Jean-Bernard ordered food from La Roche restaurant across the road, which supplied delights from an Arabian-themed menu.

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The Library is an exclusive private members' club on St Martins Lane



The Library provides the perfect setting in which members – who are reportedly voted in by a committee – can kick back, relax and sip a delicious cocktail. No doubt Cheryl, Jean-Bernard and their party crew felt at home in the lavish setting, which is hidden behind an inconspicuous library door on St Martins Lane.

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