Secret marriage rumours for Cowell as he books Barbados function

Secret marriage rumours for Cowell as he books Barbados function

Simon Cowell could be getting married after arranging a secret function in Barbados.

The media mogul and his girlfriend Lauren Silverman are said to have organised the event in the Caribbean, with friends and hotel sources sworn to secrecy.

According to reports in the Daily Star Sunday newspaper, Simon's ex-girlfriends Sinitta and Terri Seymour are also at the Sandy Lane Hotel resort.

While there is speculation the top-secret event could be a surprise marriage for the 'X Factor' boss, it has also been suggested it could also be a "blessing" for his unborn baby.

One guest said: "We've heard Simon has arranged some sort of ceremony.

"But everyone has been kept guessing and it's believed it could be some sort of blessing before the baby arrives.

"But you never know, it's all so secretive that everyone could be caught on the hop by a surprise wedding."

An insider close to Simon insisted while they hadn't been told about a wedding, the 54-year-old star could easily shock everyone by tying the knot.

The source added: "I haven't heard anything about a wedding. But you never can tell for certain - he's a man who can pull surprises."

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