Harry Redknapp has stated that his ex daughter-in-law Louise Redknapp is doing ‘nice’ following the information that her former husband Jamie Redknapp is anticipating his first little one with girlfriend Frida Andersson.
It was beforehand reported that former footballer Jamie and his associate, who he has been relationship since August 2020, were set to welcome a baby within the close to future – 4 years after Jamie break up from singer Louise.
Now Jamie’s father Harry has stated that the 2 exes, who share youngsters Charles, 16, and Beau, 12, are at present on good phrases with each other.
Frida, a mannequin who hails from Sweden, can be a mom to 4 sons with her hedge fund supervisor ex-husband Jonathan Lourie, 58.
Chatting with The Sun, the previous soccer supervisor defined that each Jamie, 47, and Frida, 37, are nonetheless in contact with Louise and the remainder of the household.
Harry, 74, and his spouse Sandra Harris additionally informed the publication they have been ‘excited’ to grow to be grandparents once more.
And Sandra joked that her husband won’t be altering nappies as soon as the infant has been born.
‘You didn’t do it earlier than!’ she cheekily stated.
Harry had previously shared his delight over his son’s baby announcement, saying he is ‘actually happy’.
Confirming the information as he spoke with presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO, Harry responded to her congratulations by describing it as an ‘thrilling time’.
He stated: ‘Yeah, I’m actually happy, it’s excellent news.
‘So wanting ahead to that and it’s thrilling instances.’
The soccer legend additionally chatted about his satisfying expertise as a grandfather to this point, revealing he wasn’t any much less excited in regards to the arrival of grandchild quantity six.
‘I take pleasure in spending time with the grandkids, I adore it, I actually do,’ he stated.
‘Going to observe them play soccer and sport… I really like being there and turning up and watching the children and taking them to soccer on Saturdays.’
However he additionally revealed how he’s not one to push a soccer profession on any of them or shout from the sidelines throughout matches.
He added: ‘So long as they take pleasure in enjoying, I encourage them to take pleasure in it.’
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