You can pre order Sarah’s autobiography Hear Me Out which is due for release on the 18th March 2021
Sarah has announced today that she’s going to be releasing an Autobiography
It will be called ‘Hear Me Out’
‘I can’t rewrite history; all I can do is be honest and wear my heart on my sleeve. It’s really the only way I know. I want to show people the real me. Or perhaps remind them. Because, somewhere – amongst the nightclubs, the frocks and hairdos, the big chart hits, and the glamour of being a popstar – the other Sarah Harding got utterly lost. She’s the one who’s been forgotten. And all I want is for you to hear her out.’
Its out on the 18th March 2021 and you can preorder it on Amazon
Hi everyone. Thank you so much for all the messages of love and support that I’ve received since my last post. Everyone has been so kind and reading your comments and DMs has been such a huge source of strength to me. pic.twitter.com/UGbuoEKpBX
— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) December 3, 2020
Hi everyone. Thank you so much for all the messages of love and support that I’ve received since my last post. Everyone has been so kind and reading your comments and DMs has been such a huge source of strength to me.
I can’t deny that things are tough right now but I’m fighting as hard as I possibly can and being as brave as I know how.
In September the lovely people at Ebury Publishing asked me if I’d be interested in writing a book about my life story. It came at such a good time as it’s given me something fun & positive to focus on while I’ve been stuck at home in between trips to the hospital for treatment.
I’ve nearly finished it now and this week Mum and I have been looking though old photos, choosing which ones to include. It’ll be out after Christmas and I’m really proud of it. I hope you’ll like it. Sending lots of love to everyone – I hope you’re all keeping well – S x
We’ve set up a charity fundraiser for Breast Cancer now since finding out the news about Sarah last week, so far people have donated over £1500.00
If you’d like to donate you can do so here Charity Fundraiser
We decided on Breast cancer now because they provide help and support to people who are going through Breast Cancer, if you’d like to find out more about what they do, you can find out Here
We’ve been in touch with a member of Sarah’s team and they think it’d be a wonderful idea if we did a message book full of messages from fans for Sarah.
So if anyone would like to send one to her please email it to
It can be as long as you want and if you’ve met Sarah please feel free to add a picture, or if you’ve not met her and want to send a graphic/edit aswell that’s ok.
we want to try and get this to her ASAP so if you could get your messages to us by the 14th September please
Thank you to everyone who takes part.
Sarah has posted a devastating update on instagram and twitter this morning
I hope you are all keeping safe and well during these uncertain times. I’ve not posted on here for so long, thank you to everyone who has reached out to check in on me, it really does mean a lot.
I feel now is the right time to share what’s been going on. There’s no easy way to say this and actually it doesn’t even feel real writing this, but here goes.
Earlier this year I was diagnosed with breast cancer and a couple of weeks ago I received the devastating news that the cancer has advanced to other parts of my body. I’m currently undergoing weekly chemotherapy sessions and I am fighting as hard as I possibly can.
I understand this might be shocking to read on social media and that really isn’t my intention. But last week it was mentioned online that I had been seen in hospital, so I feel now is the time to let people know what’s going on and this is the best way I can think of to do so.
My amazing mum, family and close friends are helping me through this, and I want to say a thank you to the wonderful NHS doctors and nurses who have been and continue to be heroes.
I am doing my very best to keep positive and will keep you updated here with how I’m getting on. In the meantime I hope you’ll all understand and respect my request for privacy during this difficult time.
Sending you all so much love….xx
For the past 5 years we’ve raised money for charity for Sarah’s birthday, this year we thought we’d raise money for Breast Cancer Care.
As many of you will remember one of Sarah’s friends passed away from breast cancer earlier this year and Claire (One half of Sarah Harding Addicts) was diagnosed with breast cancer this year so we thought that raising money for a breast cancer charity seemed appropriate. Claire found this charity amazingly helpful this year as will most people diagnosed with breast cancer, the help, support and information they provided Claire with this year was so helpful
You can also donate by text by texting SHBC81 followed by the amount you want to donate to 70070
Breast Cancer Care are the only specialist UK-wide charity providing support for anyone affected by breast cancer.
What Breast Cancer Care do
We combine the personal experiences of people affected by breast cancer with clinical expertise, using this in a unique way to:
How we work
We focus our work on the unique experience of each individual affected by breast cancer.
We involve people with breast cancer in all that we do.
We use our understanding of the emotional and practical issues facing
people affected by breast cancer alongside our clinical expertise.
Facing breast cancer together
During the early part of 2014 we revisited our 10-year strategy and
refreshed it to bring new energy and focus for everyone working with or
During 2010 we consulted with a range of people – including our
users, breast care nurses, our volunteers, staff and trustees – to draw
up plans for how we should work in the coming decade.
As a result, we are concentrating our efforts in seven key areas of
impact. We believe this will help us make a life-changing difference to
even more people affected by breast cancer.
Sarah Harding came face to face with homeless kittens and cats as she teamed up with Blue Cross to launch the national pet charity’s Paws for Tea campaign.
The Girls Aloud singer is calling on animal lovers everywhere to host a tea party with friends and family in aid of Blue Cross after visiting the charity’s rehoming centre in Lewknor, Oxfordshire.
This year Blue Cross is aiming to raise £70,000 with its Paws for Tea campaign which calls on people to host tea parties in their homes or offices. All money raised from the campaign will support the tens of thousands of sick, injured and abandoned dogs, cats, small animals and horses Blue Cross helps every year through its rehoming centres and animal hospitals across the country.
During her visit to Blue Cross Lewknor, Sarah met five-week-old kittens Sage and Salsa. The kittens were born at the rehoming centre earlier this year after their mother Mouse was brought in heavily pregnant.
The Celebrity Big Brother 2017 winner also met Italian greyhound Gino who was rehomed by Blue Cross in 2015. The five year old regularly returns to the rehoming centre to act as an ambassador dog – a role which sees him provide canine support to other dogs who may be nervous in their new surroundings or unsure of being around other dogs.
Sarah, who has dogs and cats of her own, said: “My pets are like my best friends and I just couldn’t be without them. After meeting some of the beautiful cats and dogs needing homes at Blue Cross’ Lewknor centre, I’m so proud to be supporting the charity and really hope I can encourage lots of animal lovers to take part in the Blue Cross Paws for Tea campaign.”
“It’s so simple – just get together with your friends or family over a nice brew and a slice of something tasty. You’ll not only have a lovely time, but the money you raise will help Blue Cross change the lives of pets all over the country. Go on, pop the kettle on for these wonderful pets!
“I remember growing up we always had Battenberg cake in the house, which was brilliant, but I think my all-time favourite remains butterfly cakes because I just love the buttercream icing – I could literally just eat that all day and I would be happy!”
Celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott has also shared his recipe for Spiced Pumpkin Cake with Coconut Custard for this year’s campaign.
In 2017, Blue Cross helped 40,000 sick and injured pets through its rehoming centres and animal hospitals across the country. The pet charity also provides a range of other free services including a Pet Bereavement Support Service and education visits to schools, colleges and youth groups.
Heather Collin, Blue Cross Community and Events Regional Manager, said: “We’re so excited to have Sarah on board supporting our Paws for Tea campaign this year.
“Blue Cross helps tens of thousands of pets every year and it’s events like Paws for Tea which raise the vital funds to make that possible as being a charity we receive no Government funding.
“This year we’re hoping to raise £70,000 – with every penny going towards helping animals coming through the doors of our rehoming centres and animal hospitals across the country every day.”
To sign up for a free Paws for Tea fundraising pack, full of ideas and recipes including Ainsley’s; posters; balloons and a collection box visit www.bluecross.org.uk/paws-tea or call 08444 993 663.
Credit to www.bluecross.org.uk for the article and pictures
Pictures Credit Helen Yates/Blue Cross
Sarah over the weekend tweeted her support for her childhood friend who has metastatic breast cancer in the lungs, she encouraged people to donate, if you want to donate you can on the link below.
I’m supporting @crowdfunderuk https://t.co/XaLHxx3tET @HelpOurFriend1 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
Friends since college 😥 #f**k #cancer #cancerpreventionmonth
Everybody at some point in thier life is touched or lost somebody they love to this demon..it’s time for us to fight back!!😠👊🏼🙏🏼
— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) February 8, 2018
Too many people I love and cherish are being struck by this heart wrenching disease..so not just for my childhood bestie,but for each and every poor soul who has to go through this agonising and cruel battle somewhere every day and their poor loved ones who endure this too😓🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/Q8D2Adket2
— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) February 8, 2018
I’m supporting @crowdfunderuk http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/help-for-a-friend-in-need/ … @HelpOurFriend1 Friends since college 😥 #f**k #cancer #cancerpreventionmonth Everybody at some point in thier life is touched or lost somebody they love to this demon..it’s time for us to fight back!!
Too many people I love and cherish are being struck by this heart wrenching disease..so not just for my childhood bestie,but for each and every poor soul who has to go through this agonising and cruel battle somewhere every day and their poor loved ones who endure this too
I know and understand that for many, money is tight these days, but even if everyone who sees/retweets this or has been emotionally affected in similar circumstances and want to help support just a single cause of many, many more who are also in need or similar situations…
… just a pound from those who can relate and want to help raise awareness and make way for a wider spread re evaluation regarding the ridiculous costs for those in dire need who can’t afford life saving treatments,but also more conscientious approaches to the many alternative..
…therapies and holistic approaches which have in many cases proven successful, we need to keep campaigning and hard….
(granted I could list many selfless and amazing charities that campaign and support millions of cases everyday and give up their own precious time to help; which I admire so much❤…everybody deserves a right to equality and life, so please….
….not just for my own personal reasons, but all souls worldwide, u never know when/where or who it may strike next; even us one day 😔….so with all this in mind peeps, let’s stand united please! …in a world full of war, poverty, hunger and destruction….
….a choice most of us would not choose to endure amongst just a few crises, HERE, NOW, we have the right to #StandUpToCancer…, which is nobody’s choice should it affect you or your loved ones in someway 😔…
…so once again, please … let’s work even harder to help stamp this out!!! We need to help each other to help ourselves!….this is the 4th case close to me in two weeks and enough is enough. It’s time to #StandUnited
Sarah last night tweeted her support for World Cancer Day, wearing the Breast Cancer Care awareness unity band. As some of you will be aware my girlfriend Claire was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in January and this meant the world to us both, so thank you Sarah.
— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) February 4, 2018