Cheryl reveals she has been ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promotes her vitamin range in rare post… after Sarah Harding’s death  

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Cheryl revealed she is ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promoted her vitamin range in a rare social media post on Tuesday.

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The Fight for This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in the clip uploaded to her Instagram Story, which comes six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.

Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5 at the age of 39 and Cheryl has not made any public appearances since exiting the Birmingham Pride performance last month due to her grief.

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HEALTH: Cheryl reveals she’s ‘struggling with her energy levels’ as she promotes her vitamin range in rare post Tuesday…six weeks after Sarah Harding’s death

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In the clip promoting Feel Multivitamins, Cheryl said: ‘Hello everyone, so I was just coming here to tell you, if you want to take something that will help your hair, nails, skin and energy levels Struggling to improve what I have, you really need to get on this feel train.

‘I promise you, realize that multivitamins are natural, totally natural, no plastic, not a bad one in them, very high science, very good.

‘Take them consistently and you will feel and see a difference I promise, so yes enjoy, take them.’

The post: The Fight for This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in a clip uploaded to her Instagram Story, which comes six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sara.

The post: The Fight for This Love hitmaker, 38, looked radiant in a clip uploaded to her Instagram Story, which comes six weeks after the death of her former Girls Aloud bandmate Sara.

Absent: Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5 at the age of 39 and Cheryl hasn't made any public appearances since

Tough: Cheryl pulled out of Birmingham Pride performance last month due to her grief

Absent: Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5 at the age of 39 and Cheryl hasn’t made any public appearances since she pulled out of a Birmingham Pride performance last month because of her grief.

It comes after Cheryl thanked her fans for a “wonderful night” after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month, hours before Sarah died.

On her Instagram Stories, the songwriter admitted: ‘Beech a lot has happened’ as she shared a BTS video of her performance telling the crowd to be ‘unbelievable’.

Wearing a ribbed beige jumper with her long locks, a pretty shade of strawberry blonde, Cheryl spoke straight to the camera.

The product: Cheryl said in a clip promoting Feel Multivitamins: 'If you want to take something that will improve your hair, nails, skin and the energy levels I've been struggling with, you really need to take this Feel' Need to get on the train.  '

The product: Cheryl said in a clip promoting Feel Multivitamins: ‘If you want to take something that will improve your hair, nails, skin and the energy levels I’ve been struggling with, you really need to take this Feel’ Need to get on the train. ‘

He said: ‘Hello everyone. So I know it’s been a minute since the hoopla, but I really just wanted to refer back to it to say thank you for an amazing night.

‘I had the best time. You were so incredible. And yes, I didn’t get a chance to say thank you. A lot has happened in between, but I really had the best night ever. So, you are huge and I can’t wait to see you again.’

Sharing a behind-the-scenes video of her performance on Instagram, Cheryl wrote: ‘I love you all, thanks for a wonderful night @mightyhoopla.’

Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, 35, who joined her on stage at the festival, commented: ‘Best night ever.’

Grateful: This comes after, last week, Cheryl thanked her fans for an 'amazing night' just hours before Sarah's death, after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month.

Grateful: This comes after, last week, Cheryl thanked her fans for an ‘amazing night’ just hours before Sarah’s death, after performing on stage at the Mighty Hoopla festival in Brixton last month.

The performance marked Cheryl’s spectacular return to the music scene after she took time off from her singing career following the birth of her son, Bear, who is now four years old.

Just three weeks after the deaths of Mighty Hoopla and Sarah Harding, Cheryl pulled out of her scheduled Birmingham Pride performance as she mourned for her former bandmate.

Cheryl was set to headline the event, but the night before it took to her Instagram Stories that she would no longer appear.

She shared a heartfelt message with fans, admitting that she was ‘not able to perform emotionally, mentally or physically’ while struggling to come to terms with Sarah’s death.

Amazing: 'So I know it's been a minute since the hoopla, but I really just wanted to refer back to it to say thank you for an amazing night', said Cheryl (pictured during her performance)

Amazing: ‘So I know it’s been a minute to hoopla, but I…

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