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24 April 2013, 11:44
The 'Something New' singer says she doesn't mind having to get the Tube during her six month ban.
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding has spoken out about her ban from driving for the first time, and says she doesn't mind having to use public transport.
The 'Call The Shots' singer was disqualified from driving for six months last week (16th April), after being arrested for speaking on her mobile phone in the car at the start of the month (4th April).
Sarah says she has "learned my lesson" now, and feels she will easily be able to "cope" with getting herself around the UK capital for the duration of her ban.
"Everyone does it and we don't realise the consequences," Sarah told The Mirror this week.
The 'Something New' singer went on to say she will have no problem using public transport to get around in London on the Tube and the bus, despite reports she was worried about being "harangued" by fans.
"Within the last year I got on the Tube after a food market, from the South Bank," she revealed. "I've never said I"'m not a normal person. I've got no problem with that.
"Or, I'm jumping in black cabs all the time, though I haven't got the bus in a while!" Sarah added. "And it's only for six months, I can cope."
Check out a picture of Sarah Harding after being named the new ambassador for the Coming Home charity this month below (Credit: Getty):
After news of Sarah's driving ban first broke, it was reported that a London taxi company had offered her a free cab for the length of her ban.
Girls Aloud announced their split last month after their 'Ten' reunion tour, while Sarah is rumoured to now be planning a solo music career.