Kimberley Walsh Reveals The Truth About Relationship With Nadine Coyle In New Biography
She is usually the laid back, softly spoken member of Girls Aloud, but now that the band have called it a day after ten years together, Kimberley Walsh has opened up about the real truth behind the rumours of a rift between Nadine Coyle and the rest of the girls.
In her book, ‘A Whole Lot of History’, which goes on sale on September 26th, Kimberly has admitted that although she and Nadine were close in the early years of Girls Aloud, a rift began to form when the Derry singer began to spend more and more time away from the group. “Originally Nadine and I had been very close but by early 2007 we had drifted apart,” the singer admits in her new book. “I still had the same friends but she was hanging out with a whole new crowd and it just wasn’t the same. Then, when she started spending more and more time in LA, it was bound to affect the dynamic of the group, especially as she wasn’t around for band meetings and nights out.”
In the book Kimberley also reveals how she and the girls were shocked to find out that Nadine had hired her own manager while they were still very much a group, and she admits that if it wasn’t for being a part of Girls Aloud, she wouldn’t be friends with Nadine – or even Sarah Harding, for that matter. “Nicola, Cheryl and I have always remained close in Girls Aloud, I think we’d have been friends even if we weren’t in a band together. But I’m not sure that would have been the case for me with Nadine or even Sarah. That’s not to say I don’t care about them or respect them. They’re just very different from me and I don’t always understand where they’re coming from.”