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BBC Breakfast heard a tribute from Lady Victoria Hervey to former Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding, who died aged 39 on Sunday.
Lady Victoria, 44, shared her memories of Sarah and talked about their "wild" friendship.
She recalled: "We became friends in the early 2000s. It was quite near the beginning of Girls Aloud and we became really good friends actually, we were pretty much joined at the hip for quite a while."
Talking about Sarah's age, she said: "It's really like shocking, actually, how so many young people are dying right now."
Of their friendship, Lady Victoria revealed: "We definitely had a pretty wild time back then before we calmed down."
"We did we had a great time, and we were really like sisters, you know? It was a kind of a sisterly love."
"I was really like big sister, you know, giving her advice, general things," she recalled.
Lady Victoria said life was often difficult for tragic Sarah: "She couldn't trust a lot of people."
"You know, it was quite hard for her being in that business that she was in and just having normal friendships."
The socialite recalled how Sarah was texting her about her diagnosis: "She was getting tested on a couple years ago… I was looking through all my text messages with her, and telling me how she's getting tests and she's not feeling good."
She added: "They couldn't find what was wrong with her."
Sarah Harding's mother announced the news of her daughter's heartbreaking death from breast cancer, that had spread to her spine.
Fellow Girls Aloud members, friends and fans have all been paying tribute over the weekend.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC.
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