The star arrived in the capital to sign copies of Through My Eyes, after fans queued for 24 hours
Cheryl Cole hit London earlier today to launch her first autobiography, Through My Eyes, greeting fans who had queued for up to 24 hours for a meeting with the Girls Aloud star.
The songstress visited Waterstones in Picadilly to sign copies of her book for 300 excited super fans, and even treated them all to hot chocolate and marshmallows as they waited in the queue. Yum!
And she certainly brightened up the dark day, sparkling for the cameras as she stepped out of the car.
After months in hibernation following her bout of malaria, Cheryl was well and truly back glowing health, accessorising her new waist skimming wintry hair extensions with a shiny satin shirt, tight camouflage trousers and towering metallic heels.
There was certainly no chance of her blending into the background in that glittering ensemble.
Cheryl was said to have beefed up her security ahead of the signing, after Leona Lewis was attacked by a fan at a similar signing event last year, but chatted and laughed with fans, getting up to give hugs to many of them.
Through My Eyes – which hits stores today – will go head to head with X Factor pal Dannii Minogue’s latest autobiography, Dannii: My Story, which also launches today.
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