Death is the ultimate truth of this world and nobody can neglect this truth. These days the death rates are constantly increasing and the world is losing gems. Every day we get to read the death news of any celebrity and today’s again we are sharing the demise news of the popular English singer, model, and actress, Sarah Harding. Sarah demised news is confirmed by her mother Marie as she shared this sad news through her Instagram handle and describing her “beautiful” daughter as “a bright, shining star.” Sarah died on Sunday morning, 5th September 2021 at the age of 39.
Sarah Harding Funeral
In the month of August 2020, she had unveiled that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer, which had spread to other parts of her body, and finally lost the battle and gets in the sleep forever. Her fans are in big grief and could not able to digest the fact that she is no more between us. At the beginning of this year, Harding already revealed that the doctors already informed her that she would not able to see another Christmas.
After hearing the demise news of Sarah Harding, her Girls Aloud bandmates Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts paid the tributes to her on social media. Roberts shared their photos together on social media account and wrote that “I can not accept that I will see this day. My heart is painting and all-day everything we went through together has raced around my mind and it is hard to believe that you are no more between us.
Just months before her death, Girls Aloud star opened up on the plans of her funeral in her autobiography, Hear Me Out. Sarah selects to pen the ook shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer last year.
Sarah Harding Spoke About Her Battle With Cancer
In the tell-all book, the singer unveiled the bitter truth of her cancer battle. She also revealed her plans for the funeral after coming to terms with her diagnosis. She penned “It is strange, I keep thinking about my funerals at this moment. It might sound weird and morbid but it is hard not to at this stage: plots, burials, cemeteries, what kind of send-off I would like and how this thing would all go. It is all there front and center in my mind.”