Louise Redknapp would ‘sulk in bedroom’ while Jamie watched Sky Sports before split

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At one point, Louise and Jamie were thought of as a “golden couple”. They were introduced to one another by Robbie Williams in the Nineties and have two sons, Charles and Beau. But shortly after Louise’s appearance on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing six years ago, she noticed a change in herself and decided to end her 19-year marriage. 

Louise, whose new book details their split, explained that she used to feel like a “Stepford Wife”.

She told the Daily Mirror: “I wanted kids so much, I was happy to put everything on hold for them.”

The decision to end the relationship four years ago shocked fans, who once considered them “football’s celebrity couple”.

This week, Jamie was photographed kissing his new girlfriend Frida Andersson-Lourie, a Swedish model, by the Daily Mail.

Louise’s new book, entitled You’ve Got This and Other Things I Wish I Had Known, has renewed interest in the couple’s relationship.

Unearthed accounts show they were far from the “golden couple” as previously suggested and even refused that title. 

Jamie said he “hated” it during a 2009 interview with Red magazine and Louise thought it sounded “so smug”.

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She claimed they experienced “all the things that people go through in life”, including arguments.

Louise said: “We scream at each other sometimes [and] we have days when we can’t cope with our kids.”

She also admitted to being jealous at times and in 2010 told the Daily Mirror that she read her husband’s texts.

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Louise said: “Yes, I check Jamie’s phone for messages, for sure.”

She believed her actions were a response to people regularly telling her Jamie was “really handsome”.

Louise, who was voted Sexiest Woman in the World in a number of magazine polls, feared her husband could stray.

In 2009, she told the Daily Mail: “I have days when I think, ‘There are beautiful, skinny girls out there. He could have anyone.’”

Louise’s concerns seemed to originate from her own appearance. 

At the time, she had put on half-a-stone after giving birth to their second son, Beau.

Louise added: “Jamie’s a good-looking guy and I do go through ups and downs.”

On bad days she worried about him “finding anyone better”.

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When asked directly if she thought Jamie was “playing away from home”, she responded: “I’d never say never. 

“Because I’d be a fool to… but I love and trust him.”

During a joint interview in 2009, Jamie explained they were “really quite normal” and he liked how things “panned out” for them.

He claimed they were very different from David and Victoria Beckham, who are known as ‘Posh and Becks’, because they didn’t back in the limelight.

Jamie said: “I don’t know anyone who has made as many headlines as him and enjoyed making headlines.”

He didn’t regret not being as famous as the Beckhams because it meant they could “go out for a nice meal” without intrusion.

Jamie said: “Yes, we’re lucky that life has given us lovely choices.”

Louise interjected: “But tonight, we’ll get the kids to bed, Jamie will watch Sky Sports.

“I’ll sit in the bedroom, sulking because I never get to watch my programmes on the big telly.”

After the Redknapps’ divorce in 2017, Louise admitted she felt guilty over her decision. 

She claimed it was the “first selfish thing” she had “done” in years but believed it was a positive thing.

Louise felt it allowed her to “come back to who I really am”.

Louise Redknapp’s new book You’ve Got This and Other Things I Wish I Had Known is out now.

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