Louise Redknapp ‘wants ex-husband Jamie to move back in’ to reunite their family

Singer Louise Redknapp, 45, and her ex-husband Jamie may have ended their marriage back in 2017, but it seems they have kept things amicable for their children.

They share sons Charley, 16, and Beau, 11 together after marrying back in 1998 after ending their marriage 19 years later.

After the UK has gone into its second lockdown, Louise reportedly doesn't want to be by herself as she will be splitting time with her sons with Jamie, who lives close to her in Surrey.

A source claimed to Heat that Louise is considering asking her ex to move back into the family home so they can all keep each other company.

They said: "Louise doesn’t want to do lockdown on her own again and as the boys will be splitting their time between her and Jamie, she thinks it would be good if Jamie moves back in for a bit.

"They get on well and she could do with some more adult company, especially as she can’t see her friends.

"The boys would love it and they could have some family fun together. Jamie isn’t so sure, but Louise is trying to convince him."

The publication also previously claimed that the pair have discussed whether it would be better to live together to not separate the boys all the time.

A source said: "They’ve been talking lots, and have even floated the idea of moving back in together to become one household, so the boys aren’t separated all the time."

Louise also recently joked about her son Charley having an effect on her status as a single person, as she admitted she worries that she will never have a boyfriend again.

She said to the The Sun: "I don’t think I’m ever going to be able to have a boyfriend because… the 16 year old is like, 'Well, how are they going to get past me?'

"Sometimes I go, 'How would you feel if I went on a date?’ He’s like, ‘I don’t want to talk about it.'"

Louise also admitted that she hasn't been on a date since splitting from Jamie, whilst he has moved on with Swedish model Frida Andersson-Louise.

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