Star couple Louise and Jamie Redknapp have denied there are problems within their marriage, after recent reports claimed their relationship is in trouble
Louise Redknapp and her husband Jamie have publically denied that their marriage is in trouble. The star couple, who famously have one of the strongest marriages in showbiz, released the statement this weekend after reports said they were experiencing difficulties. A representative for the couple told The Mail Online: 'Rumours of separation are completely untrue. Louise and Jamie are looking forward to a nice weekend celebrating.” The pair, who are parents to Charley, 12, and Beau, eight, were photographed on their way into trendy London restaurant Zuma on Friday looking happy together and smiling.
Louise and Jamie Redknapp have denied reports their marriage is in trouble
Two days ago Louise posted a photo to her Instagram page showing herself having a fun break away with a group of female friends. Sitting in front of their glamping tent, the friends were all smiles. Louise captioned the photo: “Saying good bye to our tent, loved our glamping night.” The same day, Louise posted a picture showing a feel-good phrase by Mick Jagger to her page. It said: “Lose your dreams and you may lose your mind.” The ex-Eternal singer has been posting regular photos of herself in boxing training to her Instagram page. Her latest post shows a video of the singer doing a workout with her trainer Bradley Simmonds. Louise wrote: “Back to boxing tonigt #fightingfit.”
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In March, Louise revealed that her youngest son Beau has signed up to join Chelsea F.C's soccer school, hoping to follow in the footsteps of ex-footballer dad Jamie. Taking to her Instagram page, Louise proudly shared a picture of her little boy as she shared the exciting news. "Super proud of my little man today #chelsea #signing.” And in a recent chat with HELLO!, the mother-of-two told how her children were definitely following in their dad's footsteps. "I think secretly they'd both like to do a little bit more performance-led things, but because they're boys and sport is such a huge part of [Jamie's and my] life I think they just naturally go down that route," she confessed. "[Beau] is a very keen footballer and [Charley's] a really good rugby player, actually."