Sarah Harding has revealed she is single again after splitting from her boyfriend, only known as Jason, who she has been dating since February.
Sarah Harding has split from her boyfriend.
The 33-year-old singer had been dating a businessman known only as Jason since February this year but that romance has now fizzled out.
Sarah revealed she is riding solo again after posting a link to The Sun website to an interview she conducted with supplement magazine Fabulous she revealed her relationship status in a second tweet.
She wrote: ''Ps. I'm actually single again. Lol (sic)''
The break-up is the latest romantic woe for Sarah whose four-year relationship with her DJ fiancée Tom Crane ended in 2011. She checked into a rehabilitation centre shortly afterwards to deal with alcohol issues and depression.
The 33-year-old star - who is currently appearing in soap 'Coronation Street' - recently revealed she wants to get married and become a mother before she is 40.
The blonde beauty - who turns 34 in November - said: ''I'd love to get married. I'm hoping it will happen in my 30s - marriage and kids would be good in my 30s. Two or three children would be nice - I'll knock a few out!''
Some of Sarah's former Girls Aloud bandmates are now settled down; Kimberley Walsh and her fiancé Justin Scott have son Bobby Jay together, Nadine Coyle has daughter Anaíya Bell with her partner Jason Bell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is yet to start a family with her husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini but Nicola Roberts is single.
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