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6 October 2012, 09:58 | Updated: 6 October 2012, 10:22
The 'Call My Name' star opens up about her marriage breakdown in her forthcoming autobiography.
Cheryl Cole speaks about the great "sadness" and "sickness" she felt after discovering Ashley Cole had cheated on her during their marriage in her new autobiography.
The '3 Words' star admits she was worried for her health, after realising the extent of the Chelsea footballer's infidelity, reports the Daily Mirror.
"His infidelity had been putting me at risk for a long time. I had to put my mind at rest," she is quoted as saying in the book, Cheryl: My Story.
The Girls Aloud singer recalls experiencing "sadness, physical pain, sickness and fury like I'd never experienced" in the book.
After the revelations, she told the England star: "I hope she's worth it. It's the end of your marriage. It’s f*****."
You can view a picture of Cheryl unveiling the cover of her book below: (Picture: Twitter)
Ashley has come under fire this week for comments he made in the John Terry race case, critisicing the football association in a post on his Twitter account.
Meanwhile, Cheryl is currently on her debut solo UK tour and will perform in Nottingham tonight (6th October) before heading to London, Birmingham and Newcastle.
She also recently revealed how new boyfriend and backing dancer Tre Holloway injured his knee on tour by playing on a trampoline.