Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and husband Jean-Bernard look loved up as they leave Paris

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini looked truly loved up as she walked hand-in-hand with her husband Jean-Bernard in Paris on Thursday. The couple were seen arriving at Gare du Nord station to catch a Eurostar train back to London just hours after making a front row appearance at the Ralph & Russo catwalk show together.

Cheryl couldn't stop smiling as she walked through the station with her French husband, and looked effortlessly chic in a black tailored coat worn over a red dress and suede over the knee boots.



Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and her husband Jean-Bernard looked loved-up in Paris

The 31-year-old had earlier turned heads as she sat front row alongside Jean-Bernard and Burlesque performer Dita von Teese at the Ralph & Russo catwalk show at Paris Couture Week.

It was a busy day for the singer, who has kept a low profile since the X Factor ended in December. The Newcastle born star had a three week hiatus from Instagram and was also notably absent from the National Television Awards, despite X Factor winning an award.

Her disappearance from the spotlight had led fans to speculate that she is pregnant, and Cheryl has not yet addressed the reports.


Cheryl has stayed out of the limelight recently prompting pregnancy rumours

Instead, the former Girls Aloud star poked fun at the pregnancy rumours by hinting that she had "exciting news" to reveal in January. In an Instagram post, Cheryl announced that she would be "delivering" her first centre under her new charity Cheryl's Trust.

"I'm happy to announce my exciting news," she wrote. "I will be delivering my first… centre in Newcastle for #CherylsTrust."

Cheryl has previously spoken about her life with restaurateur Jean-Bernard and told Jonathan Ross that "it's great" being married. The I Don't Care singer admitted that although her husband is French and she makes regular visits to the country, she won't be relocating there.

"I live here, completely," she said.

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