Cheryl Cole has written out her and Ashley Cole's wedding vows, framed them and put them on the wall of their marital home in Hurtmore House, Surrey, South East England, to remind him not to break her heart again.
The Girls Aloud singer is believed to be moving back in with the soccer star in Hurtmore House, Surrey, South East England, at the end of the week and has installed a reminder of their 2006 nuptials into the property as the 28-year-old beauty - who reportedly called off their reconciliation last month after flight attendant Kerry Meades claimed to have slept with Ashley - "desperately" wants to trust him again.
A source close to the singer said: "Cheryl's not afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve and thought giving Ashley a reminder of their past happiness was a good way to move forward.
"Cheryl recently said she'll never get rid of her Mrs. Cole Tattoo or hide it from fans or photographers.
"She desperately wants to trust Ashley again, so these hand-written vows are the perfect way to give him a reality check of what he promised all those years ago and what he threw away."
The 'Parachute' hitmaker - who divorced Ashley last year following claims he had slept with a number of other women during their marriage - has now filled their former marital home with her possessions in preparation to move back in.
A source added to the Daily Star newspaper: "Cheryl has been moving her stuff back in, bit by bit, over the last two weeks.
"The house is full of her possessions again. Security has been stepped up. They want privacy and no nonsense."
The pair got married in 2006, but later divorced in September 2010.