Before Cheryl Cole takes back cheating ex-husband Ashley Cole she has a list of demands he has to agree to, including the couple having a top secret wedding abroad.
The Girls Aloud singer and footballer ex sold the details and pictures of their first wedding to OK! Magazine, so this time she wants the couple to tie the knot out of the public eye.
Her wishlist also includes a lavish honeymoon in a dream location. After their wedding in 2006, the they jetted off to the Seychelles for a no-expense-spared luxury holiday.
A new family home away from the Surrey mansion they shared and a holiday home in Los Angeles for the couple to escape to when they need a break are also some of her demands that are said to be costing Ashley Cole £10million.
'Ash has got no choice - he may have got Cheryl back but it comes at a significant price,' a confidante of the footballer told The Sun.
He's already had properties scouted in LA and has looked at holiday homes in Dubai to share once they marry again.
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