Tallia Storm ‘flirts’ with Cheryl’s ex Jean-Bernard as they cosy up at Cannes

Cheryl ‘s ex-husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini looks to be getting on very well with Tallia Storm.

The restaurateur , who was married to Cheryl from 2014 to 2016, was spotted chatting to the singer at the Cannes Film Festival – and things looked very flirty.

Former Celebs Go Dating star Tallia, 19, couldn’t stop laughing as Jean-Bernard, 37, spoke to her at the Martinez Beach as they both soaked up the sun at the French festival, where Cheryl is also in attendance.

Tallia was dressed in a luminescent pink swimming costume, and wrapped a towel around her waist while she chatted to Jean-Bernard at the bar.



It looks like the French hunk – dressed in a pink T-shirt – was telling an interesting and exciting tale as he held his hands in front of him to demonstrate what he was saying.

Tallia, who hid her eyes beneath a pair of funky sunglasses and tied her blonde hair back, held her mouth wide open as she apparently chuckled at whatever he was saying.

Jean-Bernard was also photographed touching Tallia’s arm while he talked to her and bidding her farewell with a hug.

In one snap, Tallia coyly looks over the top of her sunglasses as she tilts her head towards Jean-Bernard.




But a representative for Jean-Bernard was adamant that he wasn’t flirting with Tallia.

She told us: "Jb knows a lot of people in Cannes after 15 years of coming to the festival. He will be bumping into a lot of people during his stay. Tallia is a friend."

Cheryl was spotted at Cannes earlier today in an outfit that’s not quite as elaborate as her fans may have hoped.



The former Girls Aloud star was dressed in bootcut jeans and a white T-shirt, with a long-line yellow cardigan draped over her shoulders.

Scraping her hair back into a ponytail, the chart-topper capped the ensemble with a pair of tinted sunglasses.

Keeping make-up to a minimum for a fresh-faced aesthetic, she certainly looked beautiful.

Mirror Online has also contacted Tallia’s representatives for comment.

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