Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Jean-Bernard 'move into £4million mansion'

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and her husband Jean-Bernard have reportedly settled in to their new home. The couple are said to have purchased a gargantuan property – estimated to be worth £4million – in North London.

The move will be relatively easy for the Crazy Stupid Love singer, as she lived in that part of town during her Girls Aloud days.

It also means that Cheryl, 32, will finally be able to cut ties with her ex-husband Ashley Cole. The house that she and Jean-Bernard have been living in in Surrey was also Cheryl and Ashley's marital home.

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Cheryl and Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini's new house is reported to have cost £4million

Returning to the capital for good, the Geordie beauty and her Frenchman beau are said to be loving their new place, so much so that the couple may even consider starting a family.

"It's amazing," a source told The Sun. "It's huge and has a modern edge. They can really see themselves starting a family there."

"It's a part of town Cheryl knows well and she feels comfortable being back there," the source added.

The property is said to boast five bedrooms, a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a gym and even staff quarters.

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The couple married in a secret ceremony last year and previously lived in Surrey

Apart from her new move, Cheryl has had her plate full working as a judge on The X Factor. The pop star has been updating her followers on Instagram with new photos from different stages of the singing competition, which will be televised in autumn.

"Coming soon.. The three musketeers," she recently captioned one snap of herself and new judges Nick Grimshaw and Rita Ora.

Keen not to leave head judge Simon Cowell out, Cheryl also shared an adorable photo of the music mogul and his toddler son Eric sitting on a golf buggy, with the 17-month-old in control of the wheel. "Simon and his mini me," Cheryl captioned the amusing image.

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