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Louise Redknapp looking 'her best yet' as she gets ready to celebrate turning 45



She may be turning 45 in just a few weeks, but her fans reckon Louise Redknapp is looking for the best she's ever got right now.

The singer is kick-starting her music career by putting out her first album in nearly 20 years and also has a UK tour on the way.

But she's clearly not alone in the studio where she's been putting in extra hours.

The former Eternal star has been hitting the gym too – and the results are there for everyone to see.

Louise split from ex-footballer husband Jamie two years ago.

They were married for 19 years and share sons Charley, 15, and Beau, 10, but called time on their relationship in 2017 after growing apart.

Her latest song Breaking Back Together appears to include references to her ex and confirmed at a recent intimate show in London that she had her "recent experiences" on record.

She said: "When you make a new album after 18 years it's so scary!

"It has been well documented that I went through some really tough years. My mum always encouraged me to write down my feelings.

Louise and Jamie called it a day in 2017

She put those vocal chords to good use in the West End

"This song got me through a really tough time so mum, I want to say thank you."

Her fans clearly like what they see as well as what they hear.

"This is the best I've seen. Wow!" one wrote. "Is it more or is Louise getting younger and younger?" asked another.

One posted: "Someone's got her mojo back!"

Louise said in an interview after her split that she felt like a "stepford wife" – and wanted to get back into music.

She has poured her heart into her new album

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"I just want to keep running around after everyone else, and occasionally promoting a yogurt or doing a little TV presenting job," she told Stella Magazine:

“I wanted to sing, I wanted to perform.

"I wanted to go back to work on a stage in front of an audience."

She later told The Telegraph: "I've spent most of my life pleasing everyone else, worrying about being judged and thinking I should always do the right thing by staying home, looking after my kids and my husband. I lost myself."


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