LOUISE Redknapp revealed that the ex-Jamie went to her house twice this week when she admits that she is “alone” in the lockout.
Singer Eternal, 45, said her ex came on Wednesday to deliver a hamburger he made for their son, and again on Thursday to give the kids a spare Xbox.
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Louise talked about feeling lonely in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic in a live Instagram show, which was interrupted by Jamie ringing the doorbell.
She said, “I think it seems to be going on now and I think the longer it goes, the more we panic about the jobs and for me it can be pretty lonely.
“I’m here and it’s great with the kids, but I’m used to working and being creative, so it’s difficult. “
Louise – who separated from Jamie in 2017 after 19 years of marriage – also confirmed that she was single, joking that “no one” wanted to date her.
Cuddling up against her dog, she said, “No, I’m not going out. No one seems to want me. I’m happy – he’s my new boyfriend. “
Louise is isolated with her designer friend Lewis Shaw and her sons Charley, 15, and Beau, 11, at her home in Surrey.
Without confirmation of the end of the foreclosure, the sons of Louise and Jamie shared their time between their parents’ homes.
Although Jamie often shares photos of her children online, Louise is a little more reluctant – but she shared a rare snapshot of Beau while she was teaching him home school earlier this week.
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She explained, “We share them as always and yes, I don’t always put them on my social network when they’re here because they don’t want to be. It’s not what they’re doing.
“They don’t want to promote themselves. If ever there is a natural moment when they are in it, great but just because they are not socialized on my social networks does not mean that they are not there.
“I just respect their privacy and what they do or don’t want to do and I’m not about to use my kids to prove anything to anyone …”
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