You should have packed your coat! A drenched Sarah Harding gets caught in the rain wearing a skimpy vest

You should have packed your coat! A drenched Sarah Harding gets caught in the rain wearing a skimpy vest

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16:48 GMT, 27 April 2012

Sarah Harding obviously hadn't looked at the weather forecast when she ventured out today.

Or perhaps she just being a true celebrity, ignoring the elements in skimpy attire.

The Girls Aloud singer was caught in the rain as she ran errands near her home in Primrose Hill.

Drenched: Sarah Harding was spotted running errands in the rain wearing just a vest and trousers

Drenched: Sarah Harding was spotted running errands in the rain wearing just a vest and trousers

Wearing just a white vest and trousers, she had obviously forgot to pack a coat and umbrella.

The blonde star's hair was left saturated and she would have surely felt the cold.

She added sunglasses to her look and blue sneakers.

Aren't you cold The Girls Aloud star's blonde hair looked saturated

Aren't you cold The Girls Aloud star's blonde hair looked saturated

Sky1 recently invited Sarah to be one of the celebrity commentators on their upcoming talent show Don't Stop Me Now.

Ahe will star alongside Chris Moyles
and Freddie Flintoff on the programme which sees a variety acts compete
for the 25,000 prize.

This job, coupled with a reunion with
Girls Aloud being on the cards, meant that Harding had got her life
back on track but it is unsure how her band mates will feel about her
slipping back into her old ways – especially if they're planning to
rehearse on a daily basis.

Busy: Sky1 recently invited Sarah to be one of the celebrity commentators on their upcoming talent show Don't Stop Me Now

Busy: Sky1 recently invited Sarah to be one of the celebrity commentators on their upcoming talent show Don't Stop Me Now

Busy: Sky1 recently invited Sarah to be one of the celebrity commentators on their upcoming talent show Don't Stop Me Now

Bandmate Nadine Coyle recently spoke out in favour of the group re-forming next year to mark their 10th anniversary.

'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,' she told the Sunday Mirror.

'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.'