Cheryl Cole’s Cure For A Broken Heart Revealed As She Parties With Kimberley Walsh

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    Cheryl Cole has found the perfect cure to mend a broken heart – partying with her very best friend, Kimberley Walsh, in London on Saturday night.

    Fresh from their raucous girly trip away to Amsterdam a couple of weeks ago for their fellow Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts‘ birthday, the pair continued their night-time antics with a visit to Zuma restaurant in the city.

    Dressed in navy blue leather trousers, a white blouse, nude strappy heels and a gold statement necklace with her famous locks slicked back with hairspray (Elnett, we presume?), the star looked happier than she’s been in weeks.

    Kimberley Walsh smartened up in a black silk jumpsuit for the dinner date, teamed with a bright red statement lip.

    Poor Cheryl‘s no stranger to playing out her heartbreak in the public eye, but there was certainly no sign of a broken heart here, as the singer and L’Oreal ambassador could hardly contain her giggles as she left the restaurant.

    The star confirmed her split from backing dancer Tre Holloway earlier this month, and took to Twitter to thank her ‘soldier’ fans for their support following the breakdown of her 14-month relationship.

    It seems she’s well and truly moved on from the pyjamas-and-ice-cream stage. It just goes to show, there’s no better cure for a broken heart than a good night out with your girlfriends. Can we borrow Kimberley please, Chez? 

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