Saturday, 30 October 2010

Is Nadine Coyle about to reveal all about her Girls Aloud bandmates in a tell-all book?

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By KATIE NICHOLL

All smiles: Nadine was mobbed by fans as she arrived at Radio 1 today


Nadine Coyle has distanced herself from her Girls Aloud bandmates since moving to the United States – and now their relationship could become even more strained.

Nadine is preparing a tell-all book about her time with Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding.

‘Nadine has been keeping a diary for years,’ says a source. ‘She initially thought she’d write a fictional account based on her experiences.

'But the relationship between her and the others is now so frosty that she feels she might as well write her autobiography.’


Peckish? Nadine looked her usual svelte self but onlookers were left wondering who the bacon, bread and eggs were for after they were picked up by her driver


The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, is using a ghostwriter to pen her memoirs. ‘She has one story about Cheryl that will rattle a few cages,’ adds the source.

Sounds as if she might need a lawyer as well as a ghost!

Their high-profile marriage ended in tears but Cheryl Cole’s relationship with her ex, Ashley, seems more cordial these days.

As part of the divorce settlement, Ashley kept their Surrey mansion. And now Cheryl is moving back into the home she first shared with the England star in 2004 – Ashley’s old bachelor flat in North London.

‘Cheryl eventually wants to buy her own place but for now she will be moving back into the home she shared with Ashley when they first got together,’ says a friend. ‘She is anticipating being in America for much of next year and wants a smaller place.

’Ashley had wanted to sell the flat when they split, but the source said ‘they have now come to an amicable agreement’.

With the country braced for widespread spending cuts, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 will now be a more modest affair.

Buckingham Palace staff are being told to ‘scale down’ the celebrations to mark the 60th year of the Queen’s reign. Her Majesty has also scrapped two major musical events. ‘There were plans for some wonderful concerts and street parties but the Queen said no,’ says

a courtier. ‘She feels that with the current economic mood, there shouldn’t be any excessive spending at the Palace.’



source: dailymail
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