There has been a sad demise of Sarah Harding, a singer who is chart-topping band girls Aloud, she has died at the age of 39 as she was fighting off with cancer, the news has been confirmed by her mother which she posted on the official Instagram account of her daughter on Sunday. She has stated, it is with deep grief and sorrow we are sharing the news of beautiful daughter Sarah who has sadly left us all as she has passed away, she further stated many of you who read this post might already know about her fight with cancer which has been going on for a while now and that the girl has fought really hard until the end.
Harding’s Cause of Death
She stated she has slipped away peacefully in the morning. She kept on thanking fans for all of the support the family has been receiving from all over the globe, it has meant the world to Sarah and it has given her immense strength to fight out cancer with he whole power, she stated she might like remembering herself as someone who lost her fight against cancer.
She was the brightest star in her life and she fought out cancer with such bravery until the end, it has been revealed by Harding the last August that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer, she stated she has been undergoing weekly for her chemotherapy sessions and by doing her best to fight out the disease.
How Did Sarah Harding Die?
In the month of March, Harding went on to release a book which is called “hear me out” where she has told her story which included the stories of her battle with the disease. She achieved fame for the first when she was on an ITV talent show which happened almost two decades ago and then she went on to be part of 20 top consecutive UK Top 10 singles which include the likes of “Jump”, “Love Machine” and “The promise”.
She has been one of the established actors at such a young age and it is pretty sad to see that she has died because of cancer, she was talented and was on the road to greatness but cancer stopped her which is just a shame. Our thoughts and prayers are with the friends and family of the deceased.