The former Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding has revealed that she is organizing her funeral.
The 39-year-old was diagnosed with cancer. However, the news only made the news public in the summer of.
After learning that she was diagnosed with a deadly type of breast cancer Sarah took the decision to write her autobiography called Hear Me Out.
Doctors have told Sarah that this Christmas was likely to be her last, as the illness has rapidly spread to different parts of her body. The Mirror writes.
Sarah was a star who achieved fame from singing contests on Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, is featured in this candid book about her experience dealing with the shock of her diagnosis.
The Sound of the Underground singer admitted to being an “mess” at the time she received the shocking news. She instantly thought she would die.
After months of processing her thoughts, the pop star is now in a much better mental state as she has began planning her own funeral.
Sarah admitted that she’s already land on a hilarious message for her tombstone, after funeral plans began.
The singer stated that even though she will not be present to see the funeral ceremony she’d like to inform people “how I am grateful to them for everything they’ve done”.
The actress is contemplating staging a major gala to raise funds to Macmillan’s, or The Christie Charitable Fund, that aids people suffering from cancer.
They wrote “It’s weird, because I find myself thinking about funerals all the time in the present. This may sound like a morbid thought but it’s difficult to not think about it at this point Cemeteries, plots, burials, what sort of funeral I’d like to have and how it will be handled. All of it is on my head.”
She added: “I’ve also thought about an epitaph for my tomb. I’m thinking that “FFS” could be a good choice. It’s likely to be my most frequently used word during this time, in the wake of one bad experience after another. ‘For f**k’s sake!’
“I believe that what I’d like to do is visit everyone – my entire circle of friends together. One last time. And then I’d throw a big f**k-off celebration to say thank you and say goodbye. Wouldn’t it be awesome?”