It's a dog's life: Sarah Harding relaxes in the park with her two cute little dogs
15:49 GMT, 15 March 2012
It looks like all Sarah Harding needs is man's best friend to have a good time.
The former hard partying pop singer appeared relaxed and chilled as she took her dogs Claude and Corker for a walk this afternoon.
The 30-year-old was in Primrose Hill in London, walking her two French Bulldogs, today, and looked like she had put her recent troubles behind her.
Chilled: Sarah Harding walked her dogs in the park, today, in Primrose Hill, London
Basking in the sunshine, Sarah wore a sleeveless checked shirt with a pair of jeans and brown boots.
She accessorised with a large pair of sunglasses and wore her blonde locks in a ponytail as she took in the fresh air.
Sarah was joined by a friend who also brought along some canines for the jaunt so Corker and Claude had some company as they ran around the park.
Barking mad: The singer took her French Bulldogs Claude and Corker for a stroll in the sunshine
Canine friends: Sarah was joined by a friend who also brought her dogs along for the walk
Armed with a tennis ball, she let her two little dogs off their leads and run around as she followed them with her brunette friend.
The Girls Alous star was also carrying a bottle of water in one hand, showing that her new healthy lifestyle is still going.
The troubled singer has recently overcome some personal battles with alcohol addiction as well as relationship problems with ex fianc Tom Crane and former boyfriend Theo De Vries.
Heel: The singer looked in great shape and wore a sleeveless checked top that showed off her arms
Things are looking up for her, however, as she is due to star in a new TV talent show alongside Chris Moyles and Freddie Flintoff.
Don't Stop Me Now will be shown on Sky1 and Sarah will be one of the celebrity commentators as a number of variety acts compete for the 25,000 prize.
Hydrated: The singer seemed to be continuing with her healthy lifestyle as she carried a bottle of water
A reunion with Girls Aloud is also on the cards after bandmate Nadine Coyle recently spoke out in favour of the group re-forming next year to mark their 10th anniversary.
Nadine told the Sunday Mirror: 'It's time to come back. At the end of the year it would've been ten years and it feels like the right time to regroup.
'I know everyone's been speculating about what we will do. It will be arena dates at the start of next year and we will have new music to go with it.'
Stylish get-up: Sarah was out earlier this week walking her dogs again