Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh admits feeling ‘completely helpless’ as Sarah Harding battles cancer

Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh admits feeling 'completely helpless' as Sarah Harding battles cancer
Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh admits feeling 'completely helpless' as Sarah Harding battles cancer

Kimberley Walsh has paid tribute to her Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding, and issued an update to fans about the band’s 20th anniversary plans.

Speaking exclusively to Entertainment Daily, Kimberley – who is expecting baby number three – paid tribute to her “amazing” bandmate.

However, she did admit to feeling “completely helpless” as Sarah battles “advanced” breast cancer.

Sarah Harding update: What did Kimberley say?

Kimberley told us the Girls Aloud ladies have all be in touch to chat about Sarah’s upcoming autobiography.

“She’s amazing actually,” Kimberley revealed when ED! asks how Sarah is.

“She’s just managed to write an autobiography. I don’t know how she’s managed to do that but I think she was glad to have something to focus on.

“We haven’t read it but we have been chatting to her a lot about memories just to help her remember stuff.

“We keep sending her dodgy pictures that she can or can’t include depending on how she feels, so we’ll wait and see which ones she did include.

“We have had a little bit of involvement in it but I will still want to read it myself. Even though I was there it’s always nice to read it from other people’s perspectives,” Kimberley admitted.

She also revealed that having her girls around her is “helping” Sarah as she battles cancer.

“Yeah, I think that it is helping,” Kimberley admitted when ED! asks if the girls being close again is a positive for Sarah.

Kimberley does, however, admit that she feels “completely helpless” as Sarah battles cancer.

“With anyone who’s suffering from cancer, that is the one thing you do feel is completely helpless,” Kimberley said.

“All you can do is literally be there, constantly remind them that you’re there to help with whatever is humanely possible.

“And she knows, she fully knows that, and that’s all that I care about that she knows that she can ask us for anything.”

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