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Eternal have reformed! Has Louise returned to her original roots? And what was the real reason behind the split?
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are you louise thomas born in australia and now you are living here in canada
Time to sing again, Louise?
Louise is the best!!!!
Louise is such a pretty girl! <3
Louise are you doing any other films?
louise is lovely
Hello and welcome to wonderful day Louise. I just say I inspire by music sing by you and respectively you come sing my birthday party? Money bad so I pay food - I make delicious feast Nigerian classic an dance disco.
Email me I send details
I would be interested and I'm sure many of the fans on Louise-Online.co.uk 's message board would love to see what you have and perhaps buy some
Pop on the forum and let us know what you have??
My name on the forum is "Louise-Online" (I own and run the site)
Hope to hear from you soon
I have boxes and boxes of your photo's my husband collected also folders full of photo's signed. Although I am a fan I was wondering if any of your fans would like to buy any of photo's, disc, signed photo's, promo disc, and many more fan material if anyone is looking at this perhaps they can get in touch if they are interested.
Hi Louise, Could you tell me where you got your top that you wore on Something for the Weekend yesterday (18/3). My girlfriend loved it.
Just wanted to say a great fan site you have about Louise Redknapp.
Hi Louise and Jamie I have a very special request for you.
I am from a small animal veterinary practice (Companion Care in Swansea) and our amazing receptionist Helen is turning 50 on the 4th of August. We intend in making this the best birthday possible for our hard working dear friend.
Would it be possible for you to make her day special by sending her a card for her birthday as she is huge fan of you and Jamie and it would really make her day.
The Address is, Companion Care Veterinary Surgery, Inside Pets at Home, Parc Tawe Retail Park, Swansea, Wales, UK, SA1 2AL.
Thanks ever so much from the Companion Care, Swansea team and we are looking forward seeing her face when she opens it! :) xxx
Great Music and Great Talent. L is the best.
It has been a while since I last visited and what an improvement to your site.
I can not believe after all this time out of music, this site is still running! I see she has done some TV work.
I watched the skinny programme a while ago and i thought your programme was great
I really hope she will return to record more music.
Keep up the good work!
Will keep checking your website for updates!!
Is So You Think You Can Dance on television tonight or is it on a saturday? thanks.
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HI could you tell me where you got tee shirt you wore today on lorraine
Great site about Louise!
ishmee i love u baby!!!! yeah girl ;)
hi Louise, i just wanted to thank you. it has been a long time and dont know if you will remember but about 7-8 years ago u signed your 'louise' cd for me. i worked at 'rightway diy' in Heswall at the time and you had come in a few times to buy paint etc and you brought ur cute dog with u. i served you and thought i would bring the cd and try to ask if you could sign it for me and just in case i left it in the shop and asked all mywork friends in store to ask you to sign the cd for if you came in when i was off. it turned out that you did call in when i was off and amazingly you did sign it for me but unfortunately i cant read what you wrote. if i can send you a picture of it do you think you would be able to tell me what you wrote please?
hope you dont mind me asking but I really loved the blue and black top you had on for Something for the Weekend on the 5th Dec.
Could you pleas let me know where it was from.
Your website is simply beautiful and so are you, i wish you all the best in all you do.
I launched an accessories brand called Lily and Lionel recently and Louise is wearing our 'Carnivals' carf here on the plane! http://thelilyandlionelblog.blogspot.com/2010_01_01_archive.html
She apparently loved the carnival scarf that she decided to buy it- she is meant to be such a lovely person.
Sorry to ramble but just in case you ever wondered where her scarf is from now you know :)
I'd would also love to know where the white swimsuit Louise wears in the Thomas Cook ad is from. I can't seem to find out? If anyone knows of has an idea, please let me know. Thanks
Love the site
hi it is so good to see your career and life going from strength to strength keep doing what you're doing it is so great to see you on telly and know that at least there is one genuine celeberity couple that live for and love eachother goodluck both.
Hi love this site well done :) If your a Pixie lott lover could you please check out my site here http://www.Pixiefans.moonfruit.com Thanks
Nice add. so lucky. I love Jamie.
Just read the article in Sun (so can I believe it??!?) in which you recieved criticism for the Thomas Cook ad.
Absolutely ridiculous and you and Jamie (who I dislike cos he's got you, but actually is a top bloke!) really sell the whole range of things to do on holiday so well.
Ignore the politically correct idiots who want to take all the glamour out of life.
You reign supreme!
hi louise love the lingerie well you,ve always looked sexy with very soft skin call me some time
Dear Louise..Wondered the make of swimwear in the Thomas Cook Advert..lovely..Regards Janet (grey and white with tie front}
Where is the white swimsuit from that Louise wears in the Thomas Cook advert - I need one!
Wow great site.
Very nice looking website - the designer has very good taste :)
How Tall is Louise Redknapp? iv searched internet but cant find!!
HI i'm looking for any live shows anybody got any links i've been looking all over the net very hard to find,anybody help thanks
Hi Louise and Louise fans! I love Louise, you're so right about the size 0 thing - it's ridiculous to want to be soooo skinny. I love a good curvy celebrity, Ive got loads of pictures all over my bedroom walls, my friends think it's a bit weird...oh well. heheheh
If you go here, you can ask Louise a question..it's brill. Someone told me you win £50 if it's featured in the mag too..dunno if that's true or not, but it's worht a go!
Nice website and Just to say Hello !
I watched the size 0 documentary on tv and added a post about this on my blog, what people do to get to size 0 is beond a joke, be healthier and be a size 10+
It's been a while since I last visited and what an improvement to your site.
I can't believe after all this time out of music, this site is still running! I see she's done some TV work - I really hope she will return to record more music.
Keep up the good work! Will keep checking!!
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just wanted to say hello to louise and all and am a big fan of yours.
Only just discovered this website after watching a programme on tv about Louise doing a weightloss programme, think it was about size 0.
In case you read this:
Wanted to write you a note as last night I watched the Super Skinny programme you did (I saved it on my digi box and only just got round to watching it) and thought it was very good.
I sat down to watch it with a delicious piece of lemon cheescake and your programme made me enjoy it even more as I did not feel at all guilty.
I am pregnant with my second baby. With my daughter I put on circa 2.5stone and I predict I will do the same with my second, so what?! I did lose the weight and I am sure in time I will do that again.
I am not here to judge anyone else, but wanted to say thank you for making me feel more confident and stopping me from judging myself!
One thing that I didn't think is: MUST moisturise day and night!
I stayed reasonably slim through my pregnancy, but now my daughter is 9 months old and I gone from a size 10 to a size 16. All the weight I've put on has been since I had her. I have just ballooned. I'm actually really depressed about it and it's ruining this precious time that I've got with my baby. I'm only 5ft tall so it really looks bad. So many people said it takes 9 months to have a baby and so expect 9 months to lose the weight, but I've put it on instead. I know its vain, but i just don't feel like me. I've got no confidence. I want to be a yummy mummy.
After recently giving birth to my third child who is now 8 months old I thought that this program would be very insightful after watching the program I felt unsure about the focus. Louise just filmed herself being as shallow as all the other celebs who put themselves through ridiculous exercise and diets to get their bodies back in just a few weeks. These sooo called celebs are sending such a wrong message and putting women under pressure to loose pregnancy weight when it just isn't natural. It would have been fine if she had just been documenting other women as this is an issue and concern and does need to be highlighted but not by going along with the crowd. I have just returned back to work and still have some weight to loose but fortunately I don't strave myself to do this.
For those gals who think I did not watch the program. I did.
However, I don't think I have made myself clear what I am annoyed about.
Louise starved herself to size zero in the last series.
This is very bad for fertility. Even Louise said so in the last series.
Not long after she is on the telly again, pregnant.
She was very lucky. She could have ruined her fertility by the starvation diet. Believe me I know from personal experience that infertility is the most heart breaking bereavement imaginable.I would never wish that to happen to anyone. She should not have taken that risk for the sake of a TV program. Because she actually was lucky enough to get away with keeping her fertility despite the starvation, it showed a very bad example to other women.
It is a bit like the situation... everyone knows someone who smoked 20-40 cigarettes a day and lived to a ripe old age. They are lucky. Statistically there will always be some exceptions to the rule that cigarettes will kill you. However no-one would feel happy if one of these people were a beautiful celebrity and they made a program which showed how you could smoke lots of cigarettes and remained healthy just because this lucky person did and portrayed it as some sort of educational enlightening documentary.
Louise is just showing off that she can loose weight quickly and still have it all.... fertility...babies etc.
I cant blame her for wanting to show off and make money.
However, UTV should not glamorise something that is dangerous and could cause harm to most women.
It also does feel from my perspective that she is putting her two fingers up at women who really have tried to lead a healthy life and despite everything are childless.
I hope people can now understand why I am annoyed at this program?
PS Laura. I did not let my child sit up to watch the show
As someone who suffered from an Eating Disorder for 15 years, including severely during my first pregnancy, I was initially asked to take part in the programme. The producers changed their minds and decided not to include my story, as I refused to provide "shocking" photos of myself and details of lowest weights I have reached etc.
I am so, so glad I was not a part of this programme. The ITV website talks of women "putting their babies' lives at risk to ensure they get their figure back", which is so far from the reality of suffering from an eating Disorder whilst pregnant, it's untrue.
During my pregnancy, I lost a large amount of weight myself, but my baby's health was always monitored (at my insistence), and he was born weighing 8lbs 7oz. he is now a happy boisterous 18 month old. Throughout my pregnancy, it was me asking for help and being ignored by doctors. I was refused a referral to a specialist in Eating Disorders so many times that in desperation I had to pay privately for my assessment. had inpatient treatment (recommended by the specialist) been available to me, I would have agred immediately, as all i wanted was to ensure my baby was not damaged by my illness. Instead I was eventually allowed one outpatients' appointment a month, in my final trimester only.
I think the makers of this programme had the opportunity to raise awareness of the real issues. Instead they sensationalised the subject. There is no comparison between someone suffering from an Eating Disorder during pregnancy and someone who wants to be photographed in her underwear weeks after giving birth. Portraying women who suffer from Anorexia, Bulimia or other eating Disorders during their pregnancies as shallow, vain, celebrity-obsessed people who care more about their figure than their child's health, will put many women off seeking help. The reality is that there are women out there who are simply unable to eat normally, terrified for their babies' health and feeling like the worst mothers in the world. I am thankful that I have been able to access the intensive treatment I needed, and am having a much healthier second pregnancy. I wish this programme had been used to raise awareness so that the issues might be better understood and help might be made available to more women.
I have just watched the documentary and think the reporting was unbalanced. Whilst there was a focus on the negative steps women have and will take there was no focus on the benefits of being healthy during pregnancy. If I didn't know better I would think that for some unexplicable reason women can't exercise or eat healthy during pregnancy. There was no mention of the benefits and contribution of breast feeding which can help mums to regain shape after birth. Pregnorexia's clearly have some insecurties which are then being imposed on their unborn child. Is that not child abuse? If a women used cocaine during pregnancy because it can aid weight loss would we all be so sympathetic? I think it's time the male dominted media (especially glossy magazines) reported in a more responsible way and that women take responsibility of their own minds and not be driven by the opinions of a minority who control the media... Becoming a mother (and father) means you made the decision to put the needs of that new little person in your life before your own from conception and that means not putting yourself in risky situations....
I understand Louise wanting to get back to her pre birth weight in time for the shoot because that's work and what puts food on her table and pays the bills...I applaud her for being able to do so through diet and exercise and admitting that she didn't accomplish what she wanted (and looked great anyway). I understand women want to look their best, but it's time women and people accept that change happens, people get older and body shapes change...BIG Up The Shape of a Mother who deal with the reality of being a mum...
Jay, your comments are so true. I was amazed at what some women's perspective of pregnancy were and the extreme measures they were taking. Motherhood is about embracing your body and supporting your body in order to bring a healthy baby into the world. I loved Louise's honesty and the passion she had for finding the right way to go about loosing weight.
I work for a website that provides support to those with weight issues - the majority of these issues come from the media; why can we not accept our bodies for the way they are? As long as we are healthy and active whatever size we are we should embrace life and not have any of these hang ups!
I watched the programme last night and found it very interesting and informative. Louise did not crash diet after having the baby. Did Karen actually watch the programme or has she just made asumptions on what the programme was about. Unfortunately due to media there is the pressure these days to look good throughout your pregancy and drop the baby weight. Most sensible people like Louise do it through healthy eating and exercise. It was great to see Mel C looking so happy and relaxed unlike her band mate Posh Spice who goes into hiding with each pregancy and is back to being skinny within days. Louise looked fantastic throughout and afterwards, she comes across down to earch and talks about subjects that she actually knows about and knows what everyday women are going through. Karen - I suggest you actually watch the programme!
I'm 4 months pregnant and i thought the show was brilliant. I totally disagree with Karen's comments below, Louise was probably asked to do the programme and if she hadn't done it then someone else would have! My respect for Louise grew whilst watching this programme and i believe she is a great role model! Every mum, no matter how much you love your child, would also love to have their pre pregnancy figure back after the babies birth and i know that i will want to be able to fit in to my normal size 10 jeans not long after! In reality i know it may take a while but i don't mind, i am taking the chance to relish in my pregnancy and enjoy every second. Not all of us have an underwear shoot and a personal trainer to spur us into getting back in shape! And Louise didn't crash diet after the birth, she simply ate healthy and excercised more! I wish a few more people would be abit more open minded about these sort of documentries and realise that they are there to show us the risks and what you could be doing to your body. To say she is a bad role model is over the top and frankly pointless! If you don't want your child to see that sort of thing, then why are you letting them stay up till past 9 to watch it!? These programmes are not there to "rub infertile womens noses in it" they are not tied down and forced to watch it... thats like saying that having a maternity unit at the hospital is rubbing their noses in it because they have to see that when they visit the hosptial!! silly! The only low point about the programme for me was seeing the mother who was carrying that only ate an apple in 2 days! it was very sad.
I say "good on you louise" and congratulations on such a goregous baby boy .I cannot wait for my growing tum, bum and hips and i will be rewarded with the best gift ever! xxxx
P.S YOLANDA its http://theshapeofamother.com/ - great site :o)
Hi is this Louise's official site? ???
or is it http://www.louiseredknappofficial.co.uk ?
Louise i thought your programme was great, it really upsets me how celebs rush into getting back into shape, no one should have to feel under pressure to get back to the post baby shape in such a short period of time, u looked amazing before, during and after, and you truely are a inspiration.
thank you for making another great programme.
I thought the programme last night was brilliant. Louise looked lovely both before and after she had her baby and it was lovely to see.
I felt awful for the women who felt it necessary to starve themselves or go for surgery although I can understand what made them do this. Lets face it the alternative (hard work down the gym and healthy eating) takes a while and a lot of effort!!
I had a healthy pregnancy with no problems but I put on five stone. I went from a healthy 10 stone size 10 to 15 stone size 16. I didn't worry about this whilst pregnant and indeed had cake instead of wine.....okay maybe two cakes!! Anyway After having my boy I suddenly felt an overwhelming urge to loose the baby weight. I am not a divvy and I know pix in mags are airbrushed, and I kept telling myself this but everywhere I looked there were yummy mummies looking nice and slim and I felt like a hippo.
I am ashamed to admit i did crash diet but only lasted a few weeks. I didn't have the energy to look after my son as I should and i stopped immediately. I started a healthy eating plan and went out walking with the buggys lots. In the first year I lost over two stone. I then felt at a place where i could go and do some keep fit classes. I started last August (after feeling very embarassed on a summer beach holiday) and have been working hard. I have been doing three step classes a week, one boxercise and have been in the gym. I have since lost over two stone leaving me only half a stone to my target weight and down to a size 12.
Problem is or should i say was.......I still felt that I had more fat to burn and more weight to loose and i was still calling myself fat because I wasn't back into my old size ten jeans. I wanted my body exactly the way it was.
Last night i realised for the first time how lucky I am. I don't feel the need to starve myself, although I go to the gym and eat healthy and i still have the odd bar of chocci. I may not be back to a size ten but twelve is healthy enough, my hips are wider but I have no stretch marks and I have more muscle mass than before so although I am bigger I probably look better than i did before. I don't think I am fat now and I feel a bit silly for beating myself up so much and for putting so much pressure on myself. I think I got here by pure good luck and hard work at the gym but now I am here i realise I am actually happy.
So I am going to go on holiday this summer and be proud of my baby seat (wide hips) and stuff anyone who says anything and yes I will be having ice-creams with my son!!! :)
I think that Karen sums it all up very well. As I watched the programme last night i couldnt help but feel extremely fustrated at the fact that those women including Louise were all pregnant and it was almost a chore for them to put there bodies through something that most women would consider the most natural thing on earth. They should feel extremely blessed that they can conceive and stop being so vain!!! The only important thing through this journey is to raise a healthy child, not to be skinny and obsessed with ones self. Louise has a lovely husband who most probably loves her to bits, she has a good career, lots of money.... Whats the fascination with weight, come on girls get a grip of whats really important and stop blaming your obsessions on what we see in the media, we are all individuals and have our own minds.. I think this programme, like the last one was so pointless and just reassures Louise that see's not the only "selfish mum in the world". I went on to face book today and it seems to appeal to the young impresionable mums that had there babies shortly after leaving school and the majority now want to get that surgery done like the american girl.. So Louise you obvioulsy raised a lot of awareness for your cause which has once again back fired (as wasnt the point ment to be the opposite, like with what happen on your size zero programme which was just as pathetic as this one.. My heart goes out to the women out there that would make wonderfull if not the best mums in the world and can not conceive, this programme must of irritated the c**p out of them.. I know it did me and about 20 other women with young children in my office who all have the same view..
Hi Louise, I am 26 years old, 20 weeks pregnant with twins, and have always been very slim. I was very happy to hear in your documentary that you had put on 2 and a half stone during your pregnancy, and still looked as beautiful as you always have done. It has taken a lot of pressure off me to gain weight as now I have seen you and how healthy you looked with the extra weight. I enjoyed the programme a lot, I was also pleased to see Mel C talking lots of sense and feeling happy with her body at last. The only bit which worried me was the fact you had a photo shoot so soon after your C section. Having to shoot the documentary and do so much exercise meant you mustn't have had much time with your new baby. Please do not ever worry about how you look ,as you have natural beauty and a healthy family. You are very lucky x
I want to take a look at that site, where the women were all proud of their post pregnancy bodies - but I can't remember the name of the site.
I am 28 weeks pregnant and found the programme to be excellent. I have always excercised and been healthy and it is hard to step down a gear when you have a bump and see your body change. I am however very proud to be able to have a baby and feel very lucky.
I identified with many of Louise's comments and thought Mel Chad an amazing attitude towards her body.
I agree with Sarah's message to Karen. Karen you obviously do not understand the purpose of the documentary. Louise I commend you for tackling these issue's I found the documentary fascinating and can really relate to it all having given birth to my beautiful baby boy Bleu 5 months ago. You look fab by the way who does your hair extensions I need them and sure bit cheaper way of making myself feel better than the mummy makeover ha x
I would have liked to seen Louise not worry about losing her baby weight, unfortunately she was as obsessed about it as everyone else. Where is the role model in that?
Sarah, I'm afraid that if a vulnerable girl had watched her last program where Louise went on a ridiculous crash diet, which even she admitted, could damage your fertility, and shortly afterwards sees Louise proudly sporting her baby bump.....what sort of message is that sending out?
Louise is a very lucky girl...talented, beautiful and above all blessed with her health and fertility. A lot of women do not have the latter two. To see someone do something as ridiculous as risk her health and fertility in the last program and then pontificate again in this one is very hard to take. It is rubbing the noses of poor women who have done everything they can to be healthy and fertile to no avail, in the dirt. She had no need to starve herself the last time... she could have made that program without doing that. I remember at the time I watched it thinking... if that silly cow prances around pregnant in a few months... there is no justice in the world. But I actually could not believe that ITV actually allowed a program on it. Louise is obsessed with weight. There was no need to make that bra advert. Just like the crash diet the last program it is unneccessary...it just glamorises Louise's unhealthy approach to weight.
Hello I Just Watched Skinny Pregnacies And I Fell The Same About My Body Im 19 N Ive Had A Lil Boy Who Is 15 Weeks Old Now And Ive Put On 3st Sence I Was Preganet And I Dont Know How To Lose My Weight Because I Live At Home With My Mum And Dad And They Are At Work And My Baby Dad Is Working SomeDays And I Just Wanted To Know Can Any1 Help Me Lose My Baby Wait When Im Looking After My Baby
x x x x
I thought the programme was very informative well done. Also, just wanted to say you look awesome, I love your style! Ali :-)
This is a message to karen, just posted. Obviously you have not understood the message in 'the Truth About Super Skinny Pregnancies'. This is not advertising, it is a documentary, highlighting the dangers of dieting whilst pregnant. If we as a society do not openly discuss and document issues such as this, how are we ever to learn from our mistakes? As society develops we will always come across new issues and I commend Louise for opening this subject to debate.
After the advertising of abortions became legal today, I did not think that British society could sink any lower in one day... and then the superskinny pregnancy program came on. Louise is an atrocious role model. It is a disgrace that she is allowed to advertise harming babies & herself as she has done.i.e. quite recently she was featured starving herself which even she herself said can damage a woman's fertility. But o no not Louise's..a few months later we have to endure her again.. this time pregnant. Proving to young girls that you can go on crazy crash diets and still have a baby.This time she has put herself under pressure (why???) to star in some unneccessary underwear advert 2 weeks after giving birth. All this nonsense would be OK if we were just reading about it on the pages of some silly celeb glossy magazine.But no she is portrayed by UTV as some sort of latter day saint and role model pontificating to other would be mums. It all makes me very sad as it could cause damage to vulnerable people and upset childless women who have actually done everything they were supposed to to have a healthy pregnancy.
hi congratulations on the birth of beau henry!!!!!!!!! i would just like to say what a great name ! my little boy is 2 and called henry beau!!!!!!!!!!!!
great minds and all that xx
Like everyone has said, congrats on the baby. If any of your children became footballers, do you think Jamie would mould them into a player like he was or a different kind of player?
Louise, I am writing from Canada. Your "size zero" documentary resonated with me. Thanks for putting your struggles out there. As you lost weight, I worried about your health. I am very happy for you, your family, and little Beau!
Years ago, I bought the cassette single of, "Stay". I loved it and still have it. I didn't know you were in the group!
All the best from Canada,
Hi there. I was just reading the other girls messages and was wondering what the documentary is on pregnancy and when it is going to be on. Congrats to ye all on the new arrival. I had a baby boy on the 11th of December. xx
I was reading your interview with a TV magazine and i knew you had owned Bulldogs and i was very sad to read that you had lost your beloved winston, as a fellow Bully owner that has gone through the same as you in loosing them i just wanted to say i know exactly what feelings you meant i really think its a Bully thing.
Best wishes & kind regards
Congratulations:)He is beautiful!!!
Please let us know (if You know) when the documentary on pregnancy will be airing.(I was one of the girls talking to You:)
Congratulations to you all on the birth of baby Beau. You give me hope as I also suffer with endometriosis. x
Congratulations on the birth of your second son :D
Congratulations to you both on your new arrival, Happy new year and have a prosperous 2009, enjoy parenthood 2nd time over!!
hi louise bit of a long shot but i danced on your around the world tour and looking for footage. xx
Congrats Louise & Jamie on baby Beau x
i saw the name of your new baby and it is very strange as my brother is beau henry aswell.
hi congratulations to the both off you ,keep the good work up ?music xxxxxxxxxxxx,merry xmas
Hello Lousie, remember me? You were so kind when you met me at the BBC when you were filming Electric Circus. I am still in a wheelchair but slowly improving and am still your biggest fan. Well done for giving birth to little Beau, bet Charlie is delighted he has a brother, I know I am so glad I have two brothers. Love Greg xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Congratulations on your new born son. Been a fan of you since you were in Eternal. Once again Congrats.
Will Nicholls Aged 20
Congratulationxs to you all!! Great name my son is Beau william Henry.
congrats to all the family on the new arrival. Another angel to love and cherish enjoy every momment you's deserve every happiness xox God bless
Congratulations to you all and well done you on the safe arrival Beau Henry a gorgeous son and and little brother for Charlie. With our compliments we have sent you our Classic Award Winning Baby Sling and a cheeky monkey sling for Charlie so he doesn't feel left out when he sees Mommy or Daddy wearing his baby brother - he can wear his favourite cuddly toy!! Love Fiona xx www.huggababy.co.uk
Congratulations to you, Jamie and the whole family on the birth of your new baby. I am an old fan from Eternal days but would like my company to send you a New wicked Breast Pump as a present. These Pumps are used at the Portland too. Well done. Let me know how my office can get it to you.
Take care Dee
congratulation on the birth of beau i bet Charley cant wait to start spending time with hime :) hope we can see pictures soon as if he takes after you all then he is gunna be a looker
well done lou ,now come back the charts
Just to say congrats and hope your both well, take care x
congratulations to Louise, Jamie and whole family! hope mother and baby are well!!
congratulations louiseand jamie on the birth of your baby boy. i bet charlie is excited to have a brother. hope u all well xxxxxxxxx
OMG, i am so happy for Louise, Jamie and Charlie... Big congratulations to the whole family!!!
Hi i just wanted to send congratulations to you and all the family great news love Foxy
Congratulations Louise, Jamie and Charlie birth of Beau.
Louise had a boy called Beau henry redknapp, she had it today by sesarian .
Can't wait to meet him!
The other lad is Lou's brother Sam. Was talking to Lou's grandmother yesterday. Baby expected today (Mon) or tomorrow.
Hopefully Lou will return to the charts after her new son....Can't wait for more music....Love her unreleased album....def Download & Reverse!
Lots of Love 2u Louise!
Hi Louise congratlutions on your new baby hope it all goes well 4 u take care claire
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