Cheryl Fernandez-Versini 'heals withdrawal symptoms' with night out with former bandmates

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was part of Girls Aloud for ten years, so naturally the singer is going to miss her former bandmates. And the X Factor judge healed her withdrawal symptoms after spending Friday night with two of the former five-piece band, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts, as the trio got together at the very trendy West Thirty Six restaurant in London's Notting Hill area.

"Had such a lovely evening last night with the girls .. my withdrawal symptoms are now healed," wrote the 31-year-old alongside a snap of herself dressed up for the evening.

The photo showed Cheryl looking stylish in a colour block pencil skirt teamed with a matching bow-detail bralet.

She wore her glossy brunette locks loose and polished off her look with well-defined eyes, blush tinted cheeks and a pair of black strappy heels.

Kimberley, meanwhile, was sensational in chic striped jumpsuit with cut-out detail and white sandals for her night off from baby duty – the 33-year-old left her nine-month old baby Bobby at home no doubt with her partner Justin Scott.

Nicola, 29, opted for a long-sleeved shirt dress, complete with bold red, black and khaki prints, which was coupled with ivory peep-toes.

The girls have remained incredibly close following Girls Aloud's split in 2013.

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Cheryl and Kimberley recently enjoyed a "long overdue" catch-up


Cheryl recently helped her friend Kimberley celebrate her first Mother's day by sharing a sweet snap of her son Bobby.

"I'm due some serious snuggles @kimberleywalshofficial. Look at him #Bobs #littleman #HappyMothersDayKimba," Cheryl captioned the image of baby Bobby attempting to crawl.

Kimberley welcomed baby Bobby in September and got engaged to her partner of over ten years Justin Scott two months later.

The 33-year-old recently opened up about her desire to be a "positive role model" to fellow new mums after losing her baby weight slowly.

"It's good for other women to see that not everybody just snaps back straight away," she told Mother & Baby magazine. "I think I'm a positive role model to other women who might find comfort in the fact that I did not spring back into shape."

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