Sarah Harding has lost her life after suffering from breast cancer. She was only 39. Sarah was a singer with the English chart-topping band Girls Aloud. Sarah’s mother took the official Instagram of her late daughter and verified the news of her demise. Her mother disclosed that her daughter has lost her life.
“She wrote: “It’s with deep grief that today I’m sharing the news that my beautiful daughter Sarah has unfortunately died. “Sarah had earlier been diagnosed with breast cancer, and she battled bravely with cancer but regrettably she lost the battle and succumbed to breast cancer. Sarah’s mother thanked Sarah’s fans for their support as the support of her fans gave power and consolation to Sarah.
Furthermore, her mother wrote: “I know she won’t want to be remembered for her fight against this horrible disease, but she was a bright star and I hope that’s how she can be remembered instead.”
Last year in August, Sarah came to know that she had breast cancer. She disclosed that she was experiencing weekly chemotherapy sessions and doing her best efforts to fight the disease.
Additionally, Harding published a book called “Hear me out” where she disclosed her story, plus her battle with the disease in March. Girls Aloud rose to fame on an ITV talent show almost two decades ago and continued to have 20 top successive UK top 10 singles covering “Love Machine,” “Jump” and “The Promise.”