Cheryl Cole and Tre Holloway wear matching colours to enjoy date night together


He's already Ken to her Barbie! Cheryl Cole and dancer boyfriend Tre Holloway coordinate outfits on date night

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12:43 GMT, 9 October 2012

They have only been dating for just a matter of months, but smitten Cheryl Cole and Tre Holloway are already wearing matching outfits.

The happy couple stepped out in London last night both wearing burgundy as they enjoyed a meal at Zuma in Knightsbridge.

As they left the London eatery holding hands, the pair couldn't wipe the huge smiles off of their faces.

Matching pair: Cheryl Cole and her boyfriend Tre Holloway enjoy a night out together both wearing burgundy

Matching pair: Cheryl Cole and her boyfriend Tre Holloway enjoy a night out together both wearing burgundy

Cheryl, 29, showed off her slender figure in a leather mini skirt which she wore with a black vest.

The Girls Aloud star teamed the ensemble with a long black blazer and matching patent heels as she enjoyed the night out with her beau.

Cheryl appeared to be wearing minimal make-up and had her dark hair pulled back into a bun.

Stylish lady: The 29-year-old singer teamed her leather skirt with a black blazer and patent heels

Stylish lady: The 29-year-old singer teamed her leather skirt with a black blazer and patent heels

Stylish lady: The 29-year-old singer teamed her leather skirt with a black blazer and patent heels

Say cheese! The couple looked extremely loved-up and were smiling as they left Zuma in Knightsbridge

Say cheese! The couple looked extremely loved-up and were smiling as they left Zuma in Knightsbridge

Her backing dancer boyfriend looked suave in a burgundy shirt – that matched Cheryl's skirt – and a pair of smart grey trousers.

The 27-year-old, who recently had to sit out her Cheryl's shows due to an injury, completed his look with black shiny shoes and a matching belt as he played the doting boyfriend.

The pair's Monday night date came after Cheryl played London's O2 Arena on Sunday night.

What's so funny The couple were seen laughing as they made their way to a waiting vehicle

What's so funny The couple were seen laughing as they made their way to a waiting vehicle

The singer began her A Million Lights Tour on October 3 and will play Sheffield on Tuesday night and finish it in her hometown of Newcastle next week.

Judging by Cheryl's huge smile, her tour is clearly going well, but perhaps the former X Factor judge is also feeling excited about the release of her upcoming autobiography, Cheryl: My Story, this week.

Backing dancer Tre has been travelling with Cheryl on her A Million Lights Tour despite not being able to dance due to an injury

Backing dancer Tre has been travelling with Cheryl on her A Million Lights Tour despite not being able to dance due to an injury

Love is in the air: The pair couldn't stop gazing at one another as they sat in the back of their waiting car

Love is in the air: The pair couldn't stop gazing at one another as they sat in the back of their waiting car

In her new autobiography, Cheryl opens up about her family as well as her marriage to Ashley Cole

In her new autobiography, Cheryl opens up about her family as well as her marriage to Ashley Cole

The book, which has been serialised in The Sun over the last few days, includes a frank and honest account of
the star's recent years including the breakdown of her marriage with
Ashley Cole and her sacking from the US version of the X Factor.

On Tuesday, The Sun revealed how Cheryl even opens up about her older brother's life of crime and addiction to drink and drugs.

It's no secret that Cheryl's brother,
Andrew, spent six years in prison during her teenage years, and
unfortunately by the time she was preparing herself to wed Ashley in
2006, he was inside again.

'I
went to see him in prison before the wedding,' Cheryl wrote in the
book. '”Why can't you stop” I begged him. “You're devastating the whole
family. Why can't you just change your ways”

'He
shrugged and looked me in the face,' Cheryl continued. '”I'm too far
gone.” I left in floods of tears. I had the means to help him now if
only he wanted to be helped – but clearly he didn't. That hurt like
hell.'

On Sunday Cheryl and boyfriend Tre Holloway were seen partying at Whisky Mist night club in London

On Sunday Cheryl and boyfriend Tre Holloway were seen partying at Whisky Mist night club in London

On Sunday Cheryl and boyfriend Tre Holloway were seen partying at Whisky Mist night club in London

Cheryl Cole delivers a solid pop performance but an unspectacular show…

She might have made three solo albums and notched up seven hits without
her Girls Aloud band mates, but Cheryl Cole has yet to fully find her
niche as an individual performer.

But, on the biggest night of her solo career, the petite 29-year-old did
at least deliver a solid, if unspectacular, show, playing to her
strengths in front of a predominantly female crowd.

Average outing: Cheryl, on stage at the O2 Arena on Sunday, was lacking charisma

Average outing: Cheryl, on stage at the O2 Arena on Sunday, was lacking charisma

Elevated onto the stage via a hidden trapdoor, and wearing a glittering
gold jumpsuit, she ticked all the right boxes for a modern arena show.
We had the giant video screens, indoor fireworks, eight athletic-looking
dancers and costume changes galore.

Given the allegations of miming that have dogged her in the past, there
were fears beforehand that this show might be dragged down by
lip-synching. But Cole, when she is not engaged in overly strenuous
dance routines, possesses a strong, pretty pop voice, and her set-list
was cleverly constructed to showcase that.

This meant carefully rationing the whizz-bang dance tracks in favour of
slower, medium-paced songs that placed no great demands on her limited
range. This worked well on the atmospheric ballad Under The Sun, but
less so on up-tempo tracks such as Sexy Den A Mutha, where her voice was
coated in special effects.

Cole is no old-school soul belter, but she is competent enough to
deliver a decent live vocal – and that is just what she did at the O2.

She was clearly pleased to be here, too, and her homely, girl-next-door
persona proved more engaging that the distant manner frequently adopted
by visiting American divas like Rihanna and Britney Spears.

'There was a time when I could only have dreamed I'd be standing on this
stage, singing these songs alone,' she told her fans, some of them in
Keep Calm & Love Cheryl T-shirts.

On the acoustic 3 Words, she was joined by will.i.am, although a
rumoured reunion with the other four members of Girls Aloud failed to
materialise. Instead, we were treated to Cheryl's tribute to the band in
which she made her name – a high-octane medley of their hits The
Promise, Biology and Love Machine that, while entertaining, cried out
for the presence of Nadine, Kimberley, Sarah and Nicola alongside
Cheryl.

With the one truly great pop song of her solo years, Fight For This
Love, reserved for the encore, Cole acquitted herself well without
raising the roof.

With a Girls Aloud reunion next year, we can expect something more compelling when she is back with the gang.