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Nicola Roberts keeps things low-key in a loose-fitting orange jumper

Former Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts stepped out with her pet pugs on Friday. 

The singer, 35, cut a casual figure as she walked her dogs near her London home, donning an over-sized orange sweater and boyfriend jeans for the outing.

Proving she has low-key style nailed, she complemented her famous flame-coloured hair with the burnt orange shade of her jumper.

Low-key: Former Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts stepped out with her pet pugs on Friday

Ever the style maven, Nicola perfected her off-duty footwear as she slipped into a pair of trendy platform trainers for her walk around the block.

Both of the pop star’s beloved dogs were kitted out with blue harnesses.

Her outing comes after her former bandmate Sarah Harding announced that she is battling aggressive breast cancer. 

Sarah, 39, revealed she had been diagnosed with breast cancer that had subsequently spread to other parts of her body in August 2020.

Out and about: The singer, 35, cut a casual figure as she walked her dogs near her London home, donning an over-sized orange sweater and boyfriend jeans for the outing.

Out and about: The singer, 35, cut a casual figure as she walked her dogs near her London home, donning an over-sized orange sweater and boyfriend jeans for the outing.

She has since revealed that her cancer treatment is ‘moving in the right direction’ and her tumours have reduced in size since in the months following her announcement.

Writing in autobiography Hear Me Out, she confirmed: ‘MRI scans at the end of December revealed that the tumours in my brain and in my lung have shrunk a bit with the treatment.

‘With this news under my belt, I was able to enjoy a relaxing quiet Christmas with mum and yes, I got plenty of lovely Christmas pressies.’

Sad: Nicola's stylish outing comes as bandmate Sarah Harding, 39, continues her battle against aggressive breast cancer

Sad: Nicola’s stylish outing comes as bandmate Sarah Harding, 39, continues her battle against aggressive breast cancer 

She added: ‘At the moment, I’m just grateful to wake up every day and live my best life, because now I know just how precious it is.’

Sarah went to to say that her priority now is to spent as much time as possible with her mother and friends before she dies, while the star is also hoping to throw a huge party to say ‘goodbye’ to her loved ones.

As Sarah looked back at the start of her journey, she added: ‘At first I thought it was just a cyst. The trouble was the pain was getting worse. It got so bad that I couldn’t sleep in a bed. Eventually my skin started to bruise. By now I was terrified.

‘One day I woke up realising I’d been in denial. Yes there was a pandemic but it was almost as if I’d been using that as an excuse not to face up to the fact that something was very wrong.’

Sharing an update: In January, Sarah told her Instagram followers that she had a 'lovely but quiet' Christmas with her mother and their dogs, rounding out a 'strange' year

Sharing an update: In January, Sarah told her Instagram followers that she had a ‘lovely but quiet’ Christmas with her mother and their dogs, rounding out a ‘strange’ year

Sarah went on to detail her experience of being put into a coma for an extended period of time, and added that she struggled to form speech even when she was taken out of it.

Sarah explained: ‘With both my lungs and kidneys failing, doctors decided to put me into an induced coma. Even once I was off the ventilator I couldn’t speak properly. All I could do was make noises like a chimpanzee trying to communicate.’

Sarah went to to say that her priority now is to spent as much time as possible with her mother and friends before she dies, while the star is also hoping to throw a huge party to say ‘goodbye’ to her loved ones.

As Sarah looked back at the start of her journey, she added: ‘At first I thought it was just a cyst. The trouble was the pain was getting worse. It got so bad that I couldn’t sleep in a bed. Eventually my skin started to bruise. By now I was terrified.

Scary: Sarah revealed she had been battling breast cancer in August 2020 and recently said she does not know how many months she has left to live

Scary: Sarah revealed she had been battling breast cancer in August 2020 and recently said she does not know how many months she has left to live

‘One day I woke up realising I’d been in denial. Yes there was a pandemic but it was almost as if I’d been using that as an excuse not to face up to the fact that something was very wrong.’

Sarah went on to detail her experience of being put into a coma for an extended period of time, and added that she struggled to form speech even when she was taken out of it.

Sarah explained: ‘With both my lungs and kidneys failing, doctors decided to put me into an induced coma. Even once I was off the ventilator I couldn’t speak properly. All I could do was make noises like a chimpanzee trying to communicate.’


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