Cheryl admits ‘struggling’ with energy levels after Sarah Harding’s death

Obiajulu Chiagoziem

The chart topping star Cheryl has been through a lot. Recently, she cancelled a live gig amid the heartbreak of losing her friend and Girls Aloud bandmate, Sarah Harding to Cancer.

Cheryl found herself feeling drained as she’s balanced raising her four-year-old son Bear whom she shares with ex-boyfriend Liam Payne, with dance rehearsals and performing on top of the grief she has experienced since Sarah died.

Cheryl and Sarah Harding

Fortunately, the Fight For This Love singer has the secret to raising energy levels in capsule form and she has shared her top tip with fans.

She took to her Instagram page while addressing the Issue.

Recall that she cancelled her engagement (pride performance) which was due to take place just three weeks after the death of Sarah.

Announcing her difficult decision not to perform at the time, the star said: “Saying goodbye to somebody you spent such a massive piece of your life with is like nothing else.

“My heart is heavy, grief is such a harsh experience and an absolute rollercoaster of emotions. Questions without answers and pain without resolve, so tumultuous and constant.”she said.

Cheryl has been the face of Feel products ever since she was unveiled back in June. And since then, has been entertaining questions from interested fans who admires her glowing skin and glossy hair.

“Since I’ve been working with Feel, I’ve been getting such really great feedback. And one of the most asked questions is about the multivitamin.

Cheryl has been the face of Feel products

“Now, I’m not… I can’t reel off 32 ingredients but I can tell you: it works. It really, really works.

“My skin, my hair, everything has improved tenfold and I’ve been getting lots of compliments, which is nice.”

She continued: “So, yeah. The Biotin. Selenium, Iron… I mean, it’s all really scientifically proven to help your skin and your hair. And the science is there, if you want to look in to it.

“So, yeah. The answer to the ‘does the multivitamin really work for hair health?’ Absolutely!

“And you won’t know until you try for yourself. I promise you, you can thank me later.”