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Louise Redknapp set to ‘move in’ with best pal Daisy Lowe but ex-husband Jamie ‘isn’t happy’

LOUISE Redknapp is ‘set to move in’ with BFF Daisy Lowe, according to reports.

Now Magazine claim the women, who met on last year’s Strictly Come Dancing, are set to be housemates after becoming best friends during their time on the show.

Louise Redknapp is reportedly moving in with BFF Daisy Lowe
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The move comes amid Louise’s marriage split drama from former footballer husband Jamie Redknapp. 

A source claimed to the publication: “As Louise and Jamie are currently living apart, she feels it’s the perfect time to relocate to London.

“Her music career is taking off again so being central would make things easier.

“But she hates living on her own so she’s house-hunting with Daisy – much to Jamie’s annoyance.”

The two women became firm friends after meeting on last years Strictly Come Dancing
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Louise is currently going through a marriage split with husband Jamie
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The couple’s marriage problems hit the headlines earlier this year and model Daisy, 28, found herself drawn into the drama because of her close friendship with Louise.

Daisy has laughed off claims they are anything more than friends, but it’s not known how the latest set up would work for Louise’s two sons.

The source added to Now: “Louise really wants to live in London’s Primrose Hill, which is perhaps a testament to the new life she is craving.

“Of course, one of the most important things to Louise is having enough room for the boys to come and stay.

The couple’s marriage hit the rocks earlier this week
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“Jamie is not Daisy’s biggest fan and feels as though she’s at least partly responsible for the situation he and his wife are in right now, after encouraging all the partying.

“He has asked Louise to reconsider her potential new housemate.”

The latest claims come after Louise hinted she was feeling ‘terribly wounded, hurt and insecure’.

Speaking to Hello magazine, the star  – who is currently starring as Sally Bowles in Cabaret – likened herself to her character, saying: “I think lots of women will relate to how she puts on a brave face and always soldiers on, even when she’s terribly wounded and terribly hurt and insecure and unsure.

“There are definitely parts of her I can relate to, just as a woman – how we try to survive and do the best we can to what we’re given.”

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