Sarah Harding seems to whisper a secret to her loyal pet pooch Claude


At least he won't sell a story on you! Sarah Harding seems to whisper a secret to her loyal pet pooch Claude

As Cheryl Cole launched a new shoe collection this week and Nicola Roberts has been doing the rounds at Fashion Week, Sarah Harding has been living a very ordinary life.

The Girls Aloud star has been introducing her pet pooch Claude to the first signs of summer.

Sarah and her loyal dog have been frequenting Primrose Hill as the weather finally gets warmer.

Devoted: Sarah Harding and her dog Claude go for a walk in Primrose Hill

Devoted: Sarah Harding and her dog Claude go for a walk in Primrose Hill

Today, the blonde singer even opted for short sleeves, but stayed protected under a faux fur jacket.

Her mish-mash of winter chic versus spring time flair was completed with below-the-knee boots, a pair of large sunglasses and her trademark peroxide sunkissed blonde hair.

Yesterday she stepped out in similar attire, also wearing her shades and the same boots, but Sarah hid beneath an anorak coat which she obviously realised she didn't need today.

Despite her recent troubles – including a stint in rehab and a brief fling with Theo De Vries that left her battered and bruised, good news has come in the guise of new television programme.

The 30-year-old had reportedly signed up for a new talent show on Sky 1 called Don't Stop Me Now.

Little terror: Claude was recently injured with a slip disk as he fell down the stairs

Little terror: Claude was recently injured with a slip disk as he fell down the stairs

Little terror: Claude was recently injured with a slip disk as he fell down the stairs

The Biology singer will be judging acts alongside Louie Spence, Chris Moyles and Freddie Flintoff in the show which
sees audience members vote off the losers by dropping them through a
trap door or shooting them offstage in a bungee rope via their personal
keypads.

Sarah told The Mirror: 'I'm so thrilled to be a part of such a fun, exciting, new talent show.

'We're hoping to find some serious talent along the way, but contestants be warned.

'One bum note or bad joke and your
hopes and dreams of success will be literally swept away from you, with a
dramatic departure from the show.'

A girl's best friend: Sarah bonds with her pet pooch after having a tough time with her love life

A girl's best friend: Sarah bonds with her pet pooch after having a tough time with her love life