As we all know Sarah attended a show at London Fashion Week last week. She was interviewed by South West London TV there’s a tiny clip of her interview on the video below, more will hopefully be uploaded this week.
Sarah posted a video on her Instagram Saturday night of her practising her DJ’in in her house. Makes us hope she’ll do a DJ set over in the UK soon. The music sounds amazing and check out her amazing figure <3
Sarah also posted a picture of her gorgeous Valentines gift from her new boyfriend. We wish them both all the happiness in the world, Sarah deserves to be truly happy and we hope that she is.
Maybe a day late posting this but thank you…beautiful gift from the most beautiful person, despite u not being here right now to share it’s only one day and what’s that when we have many more we have together. Thank u. Xxxx❤️
Sarah posted a picture of her cat last night in support of The National Geographic Big cat week.
Sarah Harding @SarahNHarding
Here’s #MyBigCatCelfie to support #BigCatWeek on @NatGeoChannelUK http://natgeotv.com/uk/big-cat-week pic.twitter.com/OaHjXSHFvQ
We uploaded a picture of our cat, if anyone else has a cat please feel free to upload a picture of your cat and use the hashtags #MyBigCatCelfie #BigCatWeek and tag @NatGeoChannelUk and a link to their site http://natgeotv.com/uk/big-cat-week
Taken from their website
They are nature’s most majestic predators that face more danger than they pose.
All members of the world’s big cat species, including lions, tigers, cheetahs, jaguars, cougars and more are known for their incredible strength, speed, agility and beauty.
On Monday 16 February from 8PM, we’ll once again bring them into your homes to give them their turn in the spotlight as BIG CAT WEEK continues to dramatically showcase the world’s most extraordinary big cat species.
And to celebrate the fifth annual BIG CAT WEEK, we’re asking cat owners to take part in our #MyBigCatCelfie campaign to support their moggie’s big cousins by posting ‘selfies’ of them with their feline pets on social media.
Get involved now and share your picture using hashtag #MyBigCatCelfie with the following message:
Here’s #MyBigCatCelfie to support #BigCatWeek on @NatGeoChannelUK http://ow.ly/Iq0Fe (Use @NatGeoWildUK if posting on Facebook and @NatGeoWild_UK for Instagram).
Specially selected images will appear in a ‘MyBigCatCelfie’ photo gallery on @NatGeoWildUK’s Facebook page and one lucky fan will win a #BigCatWeek onesie. Details and terms apply.
This is more than a television event. BIG CAT WEEK is an extension of the Big Cats Initiative, a long-term commitment by the National Geographic Society to stop poaching, save habitat and sound the call that BIG steps are needed to save Big Cats around the world.
For more information on the Big Cat Initiative and how you can get involved, visit causeanuproar.com.