Kimberley Walsh reveals secret Girls Aloud reunion amid Sarah Harding's cancer battle was ruined by corona restrictions

PREGNANT Kimberley Walsh has revealed Girls Aloud's reunion amid Sarah Harding's cancer battle was ruined by the coronavirus restrictions.

The Can't Speak French singers, once Britain's biggest girlband, were in talks for a ten year reunion, before Sarah revealed her heartbreaking cancer battle.

Girls Aloud singer Kimberley has revealed the band's long awaited reunion with Sarah had to be cancelled because of coronavirus restrictions.

The actress, 39, who confirmed she was pregnant with her third child today, had told Cheryl and Nicola the news, but she had been hoping to tell Nadine and Sarah in person.

The singer revealed the former girl group were hoping to get together before Christmas but it's been too "tricky" with the coronavirus restrictions after London and much of the south east was plunged intoTier 4 lockdown.

Kimberley is 15 weeks pregnant and admitted she couldn't hide her pregnancy for much longer, and told OK! magazine: "Because it’s my third it’s going to pop out a little bit quicker. And I do tend to have quite big bumps.”

She added: "I’ve told Cheryl and Nicola, because I’ve seen them, but I need to tell Nadine (Coyle) and Sarah (Harding). I didn’t really want to tell them over text.

"We were hoping we were all going to get together before Christmas with Sarah but with restrictions it’s been so tricky. If I don’t get to see them before then, I will call them."

The singer said Sarah is "doing well" and has been focusing on writing her autobiography.

She added: "She's doing well. It's such a tough time for her and I'm so proud of her."

Meanwhile Kimberley revealed the exciting news that she's pregnant with her third child.

She and husband Justin Scott are set to welcome a sibling for their sons, Bobby and Cole.

Kimberley told OK! Magazine her boys are "so excited" and the couple "can't wait to complete our family".

She added: "They really are. Bobby has never really been that bothered and always been like, 'I love my family as it is and I don’t want anyone else.'

"But as soon as he found out he got so into it. He asks me 100 times a day, “Are you OK? And is the baby OK?” We’ve got a long way to go yet!

“For the family, it’s been a bit of light in the distance and something to look towards and get excited about, and plan for,” she added.

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