Louise Redknapp has broken her silence on social media since the birth of her ex-husband’s new son, Jamie.
The 47-year-old singer has shown that she is going as usual as she ignored the hype surrounding former footballer Jimmy Redknapp’s child with his wife, Swedish model Frieda Andersson.
Fans of the former immortal singer have shared their support for Louise since the announcement and she’s back on Instagram with a post about her story, where she’s promoting a paid partnership with Peacocks Fashion.
In her first comment since birth, Louise told her followers: “It’s definitely mild weather.”
The singer was spotted wearing a green waterproof coat while holding a headscarf over her head.
More than 24 hours before Jamie shared that his new son is named Rafael Anders Redknapp.
Jimmy posted a picture in Instagram Of himself in a gray tracksuit while his newborn son slept, the snap photo reads: “Meet Rafael Anders Redknapp, we’re so in love, my mom is doing really well too.”
Jamie continued: “We cannot thank the wonderful doctors and nurses at Chelsea and Westminster enough. So excited to meet my two sons.”
Louise Beau and her eldest son Charlie are engaged to Jamie and a source said they are hoping to find a new love.
They said, “They want to see her happy because they see how happy the marriage that made their father happy.
“Now they want their mom to find someone.”
The singer herself told Fabulous magazine:[My sons] I always say, “When are you going [date]? Adding, ‘Dating only takes time. “
She continued, “On my days off, going out and having a social life is not my priority.
“She’s a mom and I stock up on the fridge. All my kids matter is that I’m happy—whatever that is.”
A source told Heat: “Louise is devastated, but she’s trying to put on a brave face for the sake of the kids and everyone around her.
“She said that even though Jamie told her it was on paper, she was shocked that it would happen so soon. She doesn’t understand what the impulse was or what they are trying to prove by having a surprise wedding.”
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