British singer Sarah Harding, who was a member of the band “Girls Aloud”, died Sunday at the age of 39 of breast cancer.
Her mother, Mary, announced the news of her daughter Sarah’s death through her late daughter’s account on the Instagram platform, saying: “With sincere sadness and sorrow, I convey to you the news of the death of my beautiful daughter Sarah. Today in peace.”
Sarah had announced last year that she had breast cancer, and that the disease had spread to other areas of her body.
Sarah, one of the stars of the English singing group #GirlsAloud, announced last year that she had breast cancer, and that the disease had spread to other areas of her body.
Sarah managed to reach the final stage and joined a team that became called “Girls Aloud” alongside Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Welch and Cheryl Cole.
Nadine Coyle was the only one among the band members to bid farewell to the late English singer, as she said on her official account on Instagram: “I am completely devastated! I can’t find words to express how I feel about that girl and what she means to me.. my sincere love for you.”