Louise Redknapp reunites with ex Jamie Redknapp for Christmas Day with sons
Louise and Jamie Redknapp reunited to spend Christmas Day with their two sons as the singer shared videos of them unwrapping their gifts.
She shared a boomerang of Charley, 16, and 12-year-old Beau ripping the paper off their presents while Jamie sat in an armchair next to the Christmas tree, looking on.
Louise wrote: ‘Christmas Madness. Merry Christmas everyone,’ as Kelly Clarkson’s Underneath The Tree played.
The boys looked to have received lots of lovely presents to unwrap as the living room had boxes and piles of wrapping paper strewn all around it.
Louise, 46, and Jamie, 47, split almost three years ago after 19 years of marriage, but made sure to spend a family day together over Christmas.
The former Eternal singer later updated that she had been banned from the kitchen while Christmas dinner was being prepared.
She told her fans on her Instagram story: ‘So today I’ve been told that my job is to stay out of the kitchen and, um, I lay the table and get the drinks.’
Whoever was cooking their lunch did a fine job as Louise later shared a shot of their food laid out on plates for everyone to help themselves.
Louise told her folllowers that ‘dinner is served’ as she revealed their feast included turkey, roast potatoes, carrots, stuffing, peas and parsnips.
While Jamie didn’t post any photos of his sons unwrapping their presents, he later shared a clip of them walking Louise’s dogs, Rudi and Blu.
Eldest son Charley was seen holding onto the lead while on an electric scooter as Beau rode behind on his bike.
Despite Jamie and Louise no longer being married, and him dating Swedish model Frida Andersson-Lourie, the pair appeared to be having a lovely family day to celebrate the festivities amid tier four.
Louise recently opened up about getting back to music following her divorce, saying on Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Spinning Plates podcast: ‘I don’t know whether someone ever gets over getting divorced after 20 years and not working for a long period of time and regaining your ability to get back up on stage.’
Source: Read Full Article