Louise Redknapp is reportedly feeling "hurt" by her ex-husband’s decision to move on and start a new relationship.
Jamie Redknapp, 47, is said to be dating model Frida Andersson-Lourie, three years after the couple announced their separation.
Louise, 45, and Jamie tied the knot in 1998, and have two sons together – 16-year-old Charley and 12-year-old Beau.
Since the break-up, Louise has been focusing on co-parenting their sons and honing her music career, showcasing her hard work with the release of her debut solo album Heavy Love back in January.
However, the Stretch songstress reportedly struggled to see Jamie launch into a new relationship with Frida earlier this year.
A source told new! magazine: "Louise would love to find love with someone but she's taking it slowly.
"She's feeling quite hurt. It's always the guy who seems to rush quite quickly into another relationship and Jamie seems to have got quite serious with someone else.
"But she's concentrating on her career and getting her identity back."
Daily Star Online has contacted Louise’s rep for comment.
On top of making music, Louise has also been busy launching her own lifestyle website, titled Lou Loves.
The site sees the former Eternal singer share her favourite purchases with fans, recommending everything from Topshop dresses to swish cosmetics with glamorous photoshoots from Louise’s home.
Putting pen to paper during the lockdown, Louise also has an autobiography on the way, detailing the adventures of her life.
Plugging the new release, she told fans: "So, I've been busy working on my new book! You Got This is out in March 2021…
"I wanted to write a book that was empowering and uplifting – a little bit of a love letter to anyone who has ever wondered if they're getting it right in life… you got this."
However, despite juggling her busy career with family life, Louise previously revealed she is open to dating again.
Speaking to The Sun in July, the singer explained: "I’m very single at the moment, which is not a good thing.
"My eldest is 15 and super-protective over me. But he knows he can talk to me about anything and doesn’t need to be embarrassed, I’m so open.
"One morning he said to me, ‘If you ever did want to go on a date, I’d be OK with it’."
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