Just hear me out ladies

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Just hear me out ladies

Sarah Harding has passed away from breast cancer, aged Sarah's mother Marie announced the news on Instagram, describing how her 'beautiful daughter View on Instagram. When Sarah Harding revealed last August that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 38 it sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry and with Girls Aloud fans. Having delayed getting a lump checked out because of being scared to visit hospital in lockdown, Sarah eventually received the diagnosis early last summer after the lump became so painful that she was having difficulty sleeping.

Following her diagnosis, Sarah revealed that she then nearly died of sepsis and had to be put in a coma for two weeks that left her struggling to speak. And while she has since had a mastectomy and chemotherapy, at the weekend she revealed in an extract from her new book Hear Me Out in The Times, that doctors had told her in December that Christmas was likely to be her last. Her cancer has now spread to her spine and may well be in her brain, and Sarah is being cared for by her mother, Marie. By Ali Pantony. Here in an exclusive extract for GLAMOUR from her new book Hear Me Outwhich is published on 18th March, not only does Sarah recount a bittersweet secret Girls Aloud reunion at Soho Farmhouse following her diagnosis, but Sarah's former bandmate, Cherylalso relays the impact her friend's devastating news has had on her and the girls.

I was so happy when Peter Loraine suggested organising a couple of days away so that all of us could be together. I guess you could call it a Girls Aloud reunion. The plan was for us to go to Soho Farmhouse, which is a private members club and hotel on acres of farmland near the Cotswolds — part of the Soho Just hear me out ladies Group. I did have my reservations and fears about the reunion get-together, though.

That in itself was nerve-wracking enough, but the fact that I felt and looked the way I did made it worse. As the time for the reunion drew closer, I was picturing them all turning up looking fabulous and glamorous, while I looked … well, like I did.

Not myself. Not my best. By Ali Pantony and Bianca London. On the day, I arrived at Soho Farmhouse just as Nicola, Nadine and Kimberley pulled up, so actually, the reunion moment was mainly in the car park. We all stayed in the same big house, and we had the most amazing Japanese dinner delivered in from Pen Yen, which is one of the beautiful restaurants within the farm.

There was much reminiscing.

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We were all so different then; there was a sort of sweet naivety about us. I remember Cheryl in particular almost watching her old self through fingers over her eyes, mortified at some of her comments and antics. Nadine was particularly funny during the watching of the show.

Watching Off the Record provoked lots of laughing and even more cringing, but I have to say, I looked on fondly. Sometimes, she and I FaceTime, she sounds strong, and we can chat away happily for hours. Initially, I felt helpless. Now I just want to be there for her in any way I can.

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She might want to cry or rant or even have a laugh, but wherever it is, just be there. To hear her talk about what might have been in her life, and what should have been, destroys me. This illness would have happened to her regardless of how she chose to live her life. It is not, as some might suggest, a result of the person she is or has been.

When we all got together at Soho Farmhouse, there were no tears. It was a lovely trip away for us all, and Sarah was at her best. God knows how! By Elle Turner. Instagram content View on Instagram. .

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