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Louise Redknapp in cryptic post about ‘fighting for love’ and feeling like ‘a broken mess'


Louise Redknapp, 46, who split with her ex-husband Jamie Redknapp, 47, in 2017, has taken to Instagram to share a cryptic post about love. The former Eternal band member posted the moving message in view of her 716,000 followers yesterday, which also mentioned feeling like a “broken mess”.

Louise posted the poem titled ‘Love’ to her stories.

It read: “Some days she’s a warrior. Some days she’s a broken mess.

“Most days she’s a bit of both. But everyday she’s there.”

Addressing a fight for love, the message continued: “Standing. Fighting. Trying.”

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The post ended: “Thinkology.”

Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Louise for comment.

In spite of their divorce, Louise and Jamie have maintained a good relationship, as they co-parent their two sons, Beau, 12, and Charley, 16.

Following the pair’s split, Louise said she had begun feeling like a “Stepford wife” and had to start putting herself first.

 

Elsewhere, the singer recently revealed her discussions about her life as a single woman have prompted some very eager admirers to get in touch and send her “weird offers” on social media.

Louise insisted in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk that she’s “not looking for a date” after being inundated with flirty messages from fans.

When quizzed on whether she’s nervous to get back into the dating game, she laughed: “I’m going to really hope that people stop saying this in the national press because I get the weirdest offers on my DMs now! 

“I’m like, ‘Okay everyone, I’m not looking for an active date, it’s fine!’ Before I get a bunch of very weird offers.

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“I’ll just go with the flow, I’m just happy, I’m really loving getting back out there and working.”

She added: “Lockdown was a great time to spend with the family.

“And you know, if the right person comes along then a date it will be and if they don’t, I’m happy to not just go on dates for the sake of it.

“I’m happy to just sit and hold tight in the right kind of way. Just for the sake of it there’s no point, so I’m just going with the flow, I’m good.” 





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