By Jamie Smith
Girls Aloud singer and actress Sarah Harding has left rehab in a bid to return to a normal life.
She has been undergoing treatment for depression and alcohol abuse but stepped out of an overseas clinic with a friend, reports the Sunday Mirror.
It is now thought the star will look to rebuild her relationship with DJ Tom Crane, which hit the rocks earlier in the year despite the couple being engaged.
A friend of the singer told the newspaper the pair have been speaking on the phone during Harding's spell in rehab.
"She's ready to get back to some sort of normal life," said another source.
"It's all about taking things easy, but she's hoping she's conquered her demons for good."
A spokesman for Harding confirmed she had left her treatment centre, while there are rumours a Girls Aloud reunion could be in the pipeline with the band celebrating their 10th anniversary next year.
Harding has also acted in films such as St Trinian's and Bad Day.