Sarah Harding has praised her fans for raising £1,120 for a children's charity to mark her turning 34.
The blonde beauty - who celebrates her birthday today (17.11.15) - recently asked her Twitter followers to donate money to Luna's Little Stars, and has taken to social media to thank them for their generosity.
The former Girls Aloud singer wrote: "Thank you so much @SarahAddicts and for all who donated and the lovely b day wishes. Couldn't feel happier rn xx (sic)"
The generous donations will be used to create lasting memories for terminally ill children.
Luna's Little Stars was founded in memory of Luna Petagine, who was diagnosed at just 18 months old with an ependymoma brain tumour and lived with the condition for four years.
Meanwhile, Sarah has enjoyed a particularly busy 12 months after appearing in one of the UK's most iconic TV shows, soap opera 'Coronation Street', and launching her first solo single 'Threads'.
More recently, however, she blasted her former Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts for failing to invite her to her 30th birthday party.
The glitzy bash was attended by Kimberley Walsh and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, and Sarah said: "I didn't get a f***ing invite to Nicola's birthday!
"But you know what? I am independent so whatever. I nearly tweeted about it but I thought I better not. If I had an invite I would have gone but I didn't."