Sobriety agrees with you! A glamorous Sarah Harding beams during coffee run just weeks after leaving rehab
She Went into hiding after a stint in rehab in October.
But Sarah Harding looked happy and healthy as she stepped out in London today.
The Girls Aloud singer was spotted looking glamorous on a coffee run in primrose Hill, before changing to walk her beloved dog, Corker.
Brighter days: Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding was out in Primrose Hill, London, happily buying coffee
The 30-year-old smiled brightly as she left a cafe, wearing a stylish leather jacket over a grey vest with a chunky gold necklace.
She paired them with a pair of skin-tight jeans, which showed off her slim pins, and towering boots.
Her blonde bob-style hair was loose.
Looking good: The 30-year-old showed off he slim legs in a pair of skin-tight jeans
Getting better: Sarah spent a month in the Cottonwood treatment facility in Arizona in to seek help to seek help for alcohol and depression
And for an an afternoon with Corker, the star kicked off her heels in favour of flat boots and added a puffy black jacket.
Perhaps her good mood has something to do with the mystery man she has been spotted out with in recent weeks.
Last week the couple even donned matching khaki jackets, jeans and brown shoes for a stroll around Primrose Hill.
Puppy love: Sarah later walked her beloved dog, Corker
The more the merrier: She was joined by a friend and two other dogs during the stroll
Sarah recently spent a month in the Cottonwood treatment facility in Arizona in to seek help after being left “a real mess” by her pent-up emotional difficulties.
She broke up with former fianc Tom Crane in September at the lowest point of her battle with alcoholism and depression.
It has been revealed that Sarah underwent equine therapy during her time in rehab to try to tackle the hurt caused by the breakup and her other issues.
Relaxed: Sarah changed into a pair of comfortable boots and a puffy jacket for the outing
“Sarah was in real emotional pain when she checked into Cottonwood. She was so happy when she saw horse therapy on their programme of treatments,” a source said according to the Daily Star newspaper.
“She”s always loved horses and the place was the perfect way to get over all the agony.”
Sarah has opened up to Hello! magazine about the struggle she endured trying to overcome her troubles in Cottonwood, admitting that one of the hardest parts was reading “damage letters” sent by loved ones about the impact of her drinking.
Help: It was revealed Sarah underwent equine therapy during her time in rehab to try to tackle the hurt caused by the breakup and her other issues
“They don”t let you see it before you read it out loud to the group so it”s tough because you”ve got acceptance to deal with as well,” she confessed,
“My mum wrote one and I sobbed and sobbed when I read that. Tom wrote one too.”
“My counsellor showed me photographs of me coming out of clubs totally hammered. I felt really ashamed.”
“There was one picture I remember my mum telling me off about at the time – I was at the NME Awards, swigging out of a bottle of whisky. I don”t even like whisky, but I was trying to maintain an image and it just spiralled.”