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Is this Cheryl Cole's new toy boy? The Girls Aloud beauty moves on with music producer
Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2011 by Dailymail

A source told the paper: 'Cheryl and Patrizio have been together 24/7. They have really become inseparable.

'After a lot of near-misses when it comes to blokes, Cheryl hopes this one could be the real thing.

Is this Cheryl Cole's new toy boy? The Girls Aloud beauty moves on with music producer
'She's gorgeous': Patrizio has been working on Cheryl's third album while she stays in Los Angeles during late night recording sessions

'They have loved their late night sessions in the studio, just the two of them.

'They’ve rarely been apart and have genuinely fallen for each other. Cheryl really adores Patrizio – she loves his carefree attitude to working and to life, and can’t wait to see him again.'

And it appears the feeling is mutual as the producer, who is seven years younger than the beauty, freely admits he finds the singer 'gorgeous'.

He reveals to The Sun that they bonded over her teaching him and his American pals English swear words: 'She's really funny. She was talking about w*****s and we didn't know what it meant.

'She was laughing. The funniest thing was trying to get her to go into detail, because she was trying to be ladylike. Then we got it!'

He gushes further: 'When I met her I thought, 'Oh my God, she's gorgeous!' I think she's great. She's got swag, that's the word here.'

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