Cheryl Fernandez-Versini may have re-married but The X Factor judge is still branded Mrs Cole

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini might have moved on from her football player ex-husband but it looks like she’s still ‘Mrs C’.

The former Girls Aloud singer – who changed her surname from Tweedy to Cole when she got hitched in 2006 – married her second spouse Jean-Bernard in July this year, reportedly just months after she started dating him.

Since returning to work on The X Factor, after a two-year hiatus, the star has insisted she be referred to by her new last name, but it seems she can’t get rid of her past that easily.



In a picture posted on her manager Lily England‘s Instagram page at an ICAP charity day yesterday, the etching she got on the back of her neck for Ashley Cole is clearly visible.

Does Cheryl plan on getting the artwork lasered off the back of her neck or is she standing by her inking?
She told The Guardian in 2010 that the tattoo was here to stay despite her marriage failing: ‘I’m not ashamed of anything. I’ve got nothing to rub away.’


Well ‘Mrs C’ could stand for Mrs Cheryl, right?
The TV talent show judge might have a bit of trouble converting a ‘C’ to an ‘FV’ so she could alternatively cover it up with something like the massive picture of a rosebush she has on her bottom and lower back.

She got the rose tatt on her lower back to conceal a small flower tattoo on her left bum cheek from 2007.
It also hides the tribal butterfly tattoo on her lower back, which she got circa 2002.

Cheryl wore a white collared shirt, with her hair up in a bun on top of her head, as she took part in ICAP Charity Day with the likes of Prince Harry, Helen Mirren and TOWIE‘s Lauren Pope.

Celebrities acted as stockbrokers with all money raised going to a selection of charities.

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Leah Simpson