Kimberley Walsh pays tribute to the late Girls Aloud Sarah Harding on the singer’s 40th birthday

Kimberley Walsh paid tribute to Sarah Harding on her 40th birthday as a late star.

The singer, 39, took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a heartfelt message and some private feedback on their time together during Girls Aloud fitness.

Kimberley wrote: “Today is a very strange day. We have celebrated so many birthdays together over the years, so this feels very unreal.

Memories: Kimberley Walsh, 39, honored Sarah Harding on her 40th birthday

Memories: Kimberley Walsh, 39, honored Sarah Harding on her 40th birthday

Heartfelt: The singer visited Instagram on Wednesday to share a touching message and some private setbacks

Heartfelt: The singer visited Instagram on Wednesday to share a touching message and some private setbacks

“I wholeheartedly hoped that we would also be celebrating our 40th anniversary together, as we planned.

“You ALWAYS brought the party and I’ve spent this day reflecting and reliving all the wonderful memories we made.”

Television presenter Kimberley released pictures of herself with a late singer on various evenings in the past.

Late Star: Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5 at the age of 39.  He originally revealed he was suffering from the disease in August 2020

Late Star: Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5 at the age of 39. He originally revealed he was suffering from the disease in August 2020

Sarah died on September 5 at the age of 39 of breast cancer. He originally revealed he was suffering from the disease in August 2020.

Kimberley’s message comes after other Girls Aloud stars Cheryl Cole and Nicola Roberts honored Sarah earlier in the day.

Captioned in an atmospheric and heart-warming social media video, Cheryl said, “We may just be left with memories, but they’re enough for life. # Sarahs40th. ‘

Great friends: Kimberley wrote:

Great friends: Kimberley wrote, “Today is a very strange day. We’ve celebrated so many birthdays together over the years, so this feels very unreal.

He added:

He added: “I hoped with all my heart that we would also be celebrating our 40th anniversary together, as we planned.”

In the video set for Maroon 5 in Memories, Cheryl was seen describing Sarah as “her own character” and “kind of crazy” who was “unique in her own world.”

Elsewhere, bandmate Kimberley Walsh said Sarah was a “blonde bombshell” who ran in a audition like a crazy woman as she fondly recalled their days on the TV show Popstars: The Rivals, from which Girls Aloud was finally born.

Meanwhile, Nicola Roberts wrote a tribute to Sarah and told her late friend, “I know you’re doing trouble live somewhere,” adding, “That’s a supernova up electric girl.”

Tribute: Cheryl also honored Sarah earlier in the day with a sweet montage

Tribute: Cheryl also honored Sarah earlier in the day with a sweet montage

The video released by Cheryl also featured several moments from the early days of the pop band, from the first auditions to TV performances, concerts and touching behind-the-scenes moments.

Nicola wrote on Instagram, “I know you’re having trouble live somewhere. Happy Earth Sarah.

‘Dear, miss and I think of you all the time. I feel your energy as if you are still here. I wish we could have run a riot around town like before because of the big 4.0!

“Being a supernova up there with an electric girl”

Cheryl and Kimberley, along with Nicola and Nadine Coyle, were on the top of the list with Sarah from 2002-2013.

Tribute: Nicola Roberts wrote a tribute to Sarah and told her late friend:

Tribute: Nicola Roberts wrote a tribute to Sarah and told her late friend, “I know you’re having trouble somewhere live,” adding, “Because the supernova is up there with an electric girl.”

Last month, Cheryl withdrew from the show after her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah died “hot.”

After Sarah’s death, Cheryl had not performed in public since she withdrew from the Birmingham Pride show in September.

The source has since explained to Closer that Cheryl “takes a short break to prioritize her well-being,” adding, “Shock and destruction have hit her so hard.

Friendship: The Fight For This Love hit, 38, shared a video on Instagram on Wednesday that features commemorative clips from the heyday of Girls Aloud’s success.

Friendship: The Fight For This Love hit, 38, shared a video on Instagram on Wednesday that features commemorative clips from the heyday of Girls Aloud’s success.

“She doesn’t think about performing in any way, so she takes a short break to prioritize her well-being.”

The source added: “Her mother announced Sarah’s death on Instagram and Cheryl spoke earlier about her grief as she honored her bandmate – with whom she had reconciled in recent years.”

Sarah, who also served as a model and starred in the St Trinian film series, died just 13 months after she confirmed a terminal cancer diagnosis. His death was announced by his ruined family on social media.

Previously: In Maroon’s 5th Memories video, Cheryl describes Sarah

Previously: In Maroon’s 5th Memories video, Cheryl describes Sarah as “her own character” and “kind of crazy,” which was “unique in her own world.”

Cheryl, who moved to Instagram after her death – who enjoyed more than a decade of chart success with Sarah – shared a picture of her bandmate and a caption in which she thanked Sarah’s fans for their support during her final months.

He wrote, “Even though we knew today was coming, I still feel somehow speechless that our gorgeous, unique, crazy, quirky, kind, and soft-hearted girl has left.

“As I try to navigate through these painfully strange and terribly unknown waves of unbelief and finality that I have experienced, I wanted to extend my condolences to all of our GA fans.

Looking back: When bandmate Kimberly Walsh said Sarah was

Looking Back: When bandmate Kimberly Walsh said Sarah was a “blonde bombshell” who ran in auditions like a crazy woman as she fondly recalled their time in Popstars: The Rivals.

Memory Band: The video shared by Cheryl included many heartwarming moments between Cheryl and Sarah and the rest of Girls Aloud.

Memory Band: The video shared by Cheryl included many heartwarming moments between Cheryl and Sarah and the rest of Girls Aloud.

– We were as long as a big family and we know so many of you by name.

“I wanted to make sure you know how much your love and continued support meant to Sarah in her most vulnerable times …

‘He was so grateful and you really lifted his mood when he needed you the most … I also understand that the circumstances of Sarah’s death affect so many deeply … I send you all so much love. I love you Sarah… goodbye.

Sweet: The video also features several moments from the early days of the pop band, from their first auditions to TV shows, concerts, and touching behind-the-scenes moments.

Sweet: The video also features several moments from the early days of the pop band, from their first auditions to TV shows, concerts, and touching behind-the-scenes moments.

Confirming Sarah’s death, her mother Marie wrote on Instagram: “With deep heartache, I am telling the news today that my beautiful daughter Sarah is sadly dead.

“Many of you know about Sarah’s fight against cancer and that she fought so hard for her diagnosis until the last day.

“She slipped away calmly this morning. I want to thank everyone for their kind support over the past year. It meant the world to Sarah and gave her great strength and comfort to know she was loved.

“I know he does not want to be remembered for his fight against this terrible disease – he was a brilliantly brilliant star, and I hope he will be remembered instead. Marie x ‘.

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Moving: Cheryl previously presented an emotional tribute to her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah after her tragic death from breast cancer.

Moving: Cheryl previously presented an emotional tribute to her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah after her tragic death from breast cancer.

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