Louise Redknapp has admitted she is crying "10 times a day" as her son Charley is moving to America.
Charley, aged 18, is her eldest child with ex-husband Jamie Redknapp and is set to go to the US to attend university.
Speaking to Metro about how she is coping, the singer and presenter said: "I keep crying. I cry like 10 times a day at the moment, like if someone’s nice to me I start crying like, 'Sorry it’s just my son’s going to university'."
She added: "Everyone who’s had kids go off to university say, it’s normal. I’m super proud of him but, God, I’m gonna miss him. He’s really far away in America, I just wish he was in Nottingham or Birmingham. I’d even take Scotland just not as far as America."
The former Eternal singer also said that she had been tempted by the idea of moving abroad but wouldn't disrupt her youngest child Beau: "It is something that I would do but I’ve got Beau. Beau’s life is still very much here and Beau’s only 13 so I would never take off and live in another country when Beau’s life is here, school, football and obviously his dad so I would never take him away and I would never leave him."
Redknapp has also been working on new music since her 2020 comeback album 'Heavy Love' which was her first release in 20 years.
'Heavy Love' charted at number 11 on the UK charts and was her most successful album since 1997's platinum selling 'Woman in Me'.
During her singing sabbatical, Redknapp presented appeared on various TV shows including Strictly Come Dancing, So You Think You Can Dance and Something for the Weekend.
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