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Cheryl reveals she has been ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promotes her vitamins

Cheryl revealed she has been ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promoted her vitamin range in a rare social media post on Tuesday.

The Fight For This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in the clips uploaded to her Instagram Story, which come six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.

Sarah passed away on September 5 aged 39 from breast cancer and Cheryl has made no public appearance’s since, pulling out of a Birmingham Pride performance last month due to her grief. 

Health: Cheryl revealed she has been ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promoted her vitamin range in rare post on Tuesday… six week after the death of Sarah Harding 

Cheryl said in the clip promoting Feel Multivitamins: ‘Hi everyone, So I was just coming on here to tell you, that if you are looking for something to take that improves your hair, nails, skin and energy levels, which is something I have been struggling with, then you really need to get onto this Feel train.

‘I promise you, Feel multivitamins are natural, completely natural, no plastic, not one nasties in them, very high science, very very good.

‘Take them consistently and you will feel and see a difference I promise, so yeah enjoy, take them.’ 

Post: The Fight For This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in the clips uploaded to her Instagram Story, which come six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah

Post: The Fight For This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in the clips uploaded to her Instagram Story, which come six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah

Absent: Sarah passed away on September 5 aged 39 from breast cancer and Cheryl has made no public appearance's since

Tough: Cheryl pulled out of a Birmingham Pride performance last month due to her grief

Absent: Sarah passed away on September 5 aged 39 from breast cancer and Cheryl has made no public appearance’s since, pulling out of a Birmingham Pride performance last month due to her grief

It comes after last week Cheryl thanked her fans for ‘amazing night’ after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month, just hours before Sarah’s death.  

Taking to her Instagram Stories, the songstress admitted: ‘A lot has happened in-between’ as she gushed about how ‘incredible’ the crowd was while also sharing a BTS video of her performance. 

Wearing a ribbed beige jumper with her long locks a pretty shade of strawberry blonde, Cheryl spoke directly to camera.  

Product: Cheryl said in the clip promoting Feel Multivitamins: 'If you are looking for something to take that improves your hair, nails, skin and energy levels, which is something I have been struggling with then you really need to get onto this Feel train'

Product: Cheryl said in the clip promoting Feel Multivitamins: ‘If you are looking for something to take that improves your hair, nails, skin and energy levels, which is something I have been struggling with then you really need to get onto this Feel train’

She said: ‘Hello everyone. So I know it’s been a minute since Hoopla, but I really wanted to refer back to it just to say thank you so much for an amazing night.

‘I had the best time. You lot were incredible. And yeh, I didn’t have the chance to say thank you. A lot has happened in-between, but I really had the best night. So, you lot are major and I can’t wait to see you again.’ 

Sharing the behind-the-scenes video of her performance to Instagram, Cheryl wrote: ‘I love you all thank you for an amazing night @mightyhoopla.’   

Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, 35, who joined her on stage at the festival, commented: ‘The best night.’ 

Thankful: It comes after last week Cheryl thanked her fans for 'amazing night' after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month, just hours before Sarah 's death

Thankful: It comes after last week Cheryl thanked her fans for ‘amazing night’ after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month, just hours before Sarah ‘s death

The performance marked Cheryl’s grand return to the music scene after she took time away from her singing career following the birth of her son, Bear, now four. 

Just three weeks after Mighty Hoopla and the death of Sarah Harding, Cheryl pulled out of her scheduled Birmingham Pride performance, as she continued to grieve for her former bandmate. 

Cheryl was set to headline the event, but took to her Instagram Stories the night before to reveal that she would no longer be appearing. 

She shared a heartfelt message with fans, in which she admitted that she was ‘not emotionally, mentally or physically able to perform’ while struggling to come to terms with Sarah’s death. 

Amazing: 'So I know it's been a minute since Hoopla, but I really wanted to refer back to it just to say thank you so much for an amazing night' said Cheryl (Pictured during her performance)

Amazing: ‘So I know it’s been a minute since Hoopla, but I really wanted to refer back to it just to say thank you so much for an amazing night’ said Cheryl (Pictured during her performance)

Cheryl penned: ‘Saying goodbye to somebody you spent such a massive piece of your life with is like nothing else.

‘My heart is heavy. Grief is such a harsh experience and an absolute rollercoaster of emotions. Questions without answers and pain without resolve. So tumultuous and constant.

‘With that said I am sorry but I really am not emotionally, mentally or physically able to perform for you this Saturday at Birmingham Pride.

‘I apologise wholeheartedly and I can only hope for your understanding… (I promise I will make it up to you somehow).

Grieving: 'I didn't have the chance to say thank you. A lot has happened in-between' admitted Cheryl (Pictured with late bandmate Sarah in 2008)

Grieving: ‘I didn’t have the chance to say thank you. A lot has happened in-between’ admitted Cheryl (Pictured with late bandmate Sarah in 2008)

‘I feel now I just need some time to sit with my feelings and process the grief. Nothing prepares you for this bit.’ 

Birmingham Pride and insiders had previously revealed that while Cheryl is battling heartache she was determined to honour her commitment to the event. 

Sources told The Sun: ‘Cheryl will still headline this weekend as planned, despite her heartbreak. She is devastated by Sarah’s passing but also knows the last thing Sarah would have wanted was for her to let down their fans.’ 

Sarah, who also modelled and had a starring role in the St Trinian’s film series, passed away just 13 months after confirming her terminal cancer diagnosis. Her death was announced by her devastated family on social media. 

Heartbroken: The singer took to Instagram, where she shared a heartfelt message with fans, telling them she wouldn't be performing at Birmingham Pride

Heartbroken: The singer took to Instagram, where she shared a heartfelt message with fans, telling them she wouldn’t be performing at Birmingham Pride 

Taking to Instagram after her death, Cheryl – who enjoyed more than a decade of chart success with Sarah – shared an image of her bandmate alongside a caption in which she credited Sarah’s fans for their support during her final months. 

She wrote: ‘Although we knew this day would arrive I am somehow still feeling at a loss for words that our stunning, unique, crazy, quirky, kind and soft hearted girl has departed. 

‘As I try to navigate my way through these painfully strange and horribly unfamiliar waves of disbelief & finality I am experiencing, I wanted to extend my condolences to all of our GA fans. We were like an extended family for so long and we know so many of you by name. 

‘I wanted to make sure you knew just how much your love and continued support meant to Sarah through her most vulnerable times…

‘She was so grateful and you really lifted her spirits when she needed you most… I also realize so many will be deeply affected by the circumstances of Sarah’s passing… I am sending you all so much love. I love you Sarah… farewell.’ 

Kimberley Walsh, Nicola, Nadine Coyle, and Cheryl were in the chart-topping band with Sarah from 2002-2013. 

Moving: Cheryl previously paid an emotional tribute to former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah following her tragic death to breast cancer

 Moving: Cheryl previously paid an emotional tribute to former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah following her tragic death to breast cancer

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