Cheryl admits it ‘destroys her’ as Sarah Harding is unable to be a mum after chemotherapy amid cancer battle

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Sarah Harding revealed her chances of becoming a mum have been taken away from her due to the intense rounds of chemotherapy amid her cancer battle and Cheryl has said hearing it “destroys” her.

The Girls Aloud singer, 37, has confessed hearing about what bandmate Sarah Harding’s life “should have been” has “broken” her.

In her book, Hear Me Out, Sarah writes that her dreams of becoming a mother have been stolen away from her due to all of the cancer treatment she has had since her diagnosis last August.

“It might seem odd to worry about not having children when I don’t even know how much of a life I have left, but it’s there,” she shared.

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“The truth is, even if my prognosis is better, it still wouldn’t be on the cards because of all the chemotherapy I’ve had.

“That treatment, harsh as it is, will have killed any chance I might have had. It’s making me cry just thinking about it.”

Cheryl opened up on the devastating matter in one of the chapters in Sarah’s book as she wrote: “To hear her talk about what might have been in her life, and what should have been, destroys me.

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“It’s broken me now, just thinking about it.”

Cheryl went on to reveal that Sarah recently sent her a song to explain how she has been feeling, which she says left her “sobbing”.

She shared: "It’s by an American singer/songwriter called Beth Hart and the song I called ‘Leave the Light On’.

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"The lyrics talk about a woman who wants to live and love but has never really known how to.

“I listened to it at 8am in the morning and ended up sobbing. I don't want Sarah to have regrets, and I don’t want her kicking herself for things she’s done in the past. This illness would have happened to her regardless of how she chose to live her life."

She added: “It is not, as some might suggest, a result of the person she is or has been. It’s just one of those awful things that life deals a person sometimes. That’s it.”

Sarah announced on her social media in August last year she had been diagnosed with breast cancer which advanced to other parts of her body.

She opened up on wanting to feel like herself again, writing: "Sometimes, it’s like every single part of your body is screaming at you that you’re not the person you think you are in your head; that you can’t possibly be that person again.

“That’s how I’m feeling right now. I want to get back to normal so badly. It’s all I want, just to feel like me. But I know that’s never going to happen again.”

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