Coles Are Expected To Loose More Than £300,000 on Surrey Mansion.

Cheryl and Ashley Cole, who have now split due to allegations that Ashley had cheated on Cheryl with 5 other women, are expected to loose £300,000 on their Surrey Mansion according to property website ‘Zoopla.

The pair bought their mansion in October 2007 for £3,550,000, but it has since dropped in value to £3,247,537 which means a loss of £302,463 if they are to sell it.

The Girls Aloud singer and X Factor judge announced her split from Chelsea and England footballer Ashley Cole, after allegations hit the press that he had cheated on Cheryl with 5 other girls, all claiming some a sexual intercourse with him of some form.

A spokesperson for Zoopla.co.uk has released a statment saying “If the Coles managed to sell their Surrey mansion, they’d stand to make a loss in the current climate and this may well come as a shock for the couple who had the Midas touch.

but added “However looking at other footballer pads it is likely that the property may well have a unique decorative interior and style for which a specific buyer may be willing to pay a premium for it.

The Coles have a joint fortune of £17 million, according to figures from the most rescent ‘Rich List’

Before the couple got married Cheryl said that she found the idea of a prenuptial agreement “disgusting“.

I think that’s defeating the point. We’re getting married because we’re committing ourselves to each other to spend the rest of our lives together. No ifs and buts,” she said.

I think [pre-nups] are disgusting. I could understand if you’re 93 and you’ve got billions of pounds and this 24-year-old wants to marry you in a month. But we’re a work in progress, we’re going to build our married life together not thinking about if it ever ends.

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