Cheryl’s relief as ex-husband Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini reveals he’s relocating to India

Cheryl’s relief as ex-husband Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini reveals he’s relocating to India

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AFTER her doomed two-year marriage Cheryl Tweedy can breathe a sigh of relief as ex-hubby Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini is moving to the other side of the world.

I can reveal the French businessman is relocating to India after shelving plans to launch his Cosy Box ­restaurant in London due to Brexit.

The French businessman is leaving the UK to put ‘all memory of his failed marriage to Cheryl behind him’
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JB, whose divorce from Chezza was finalised in 2016, has already started work on a £2million ­refurbishment in Delhi.

Jean said: “I’m really excited to take Cosy Box to the next level.

We’ve been doing pop-ups for a decade, but we are shifting gears now, evolving the concept and creating permanent venues.

“I was originally looking at London as my first launch but Brexit looks set to have a huge impact, and India presents a much more ­interesting opportunity.”

Jean Bernard is planning to expand his restaurant business in Delhi, India
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Cheryl and Jean Bernard where granted Britain’s ‘fastest ever quickie divorce’ in October 2016 after just two years of marriage
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An industry source added: “JB has few ties in the UK now and is keen to put all ­memory of his failed marriage to Cheryl behind him.”

JB met Cheryl during Cannes film festival in 2014 and they enjoyed a three-month romance before tying the knot in a private ceremony on the Caribbean island of Mustique in July of the same year.

JB proposed to Cheryl in 2014 with a gorgeous diamond ring estimated to have been worth £275,000.

But it wasn’t to be and the pair were given Britain’s fastest ever quickie divorce in October 2016.

Cheryl and JB were granted their Decree Nisi and reports suggest the case’s 14-second airing at London’s Central Family Court made it the UK’s speediest dismissal.

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