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Jamie Redknapp played football for England from 1989 to 2006 and has enjoyed an extensive career within the sport, having played for AFC Bournemouth, Southampton, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.The sports star played more than 237 games whilst at Liverpool and has a huge background in football, being the son of football manager Harry Redknapp, the cousin of Frank Lampard and the nephew of Frank Lampard Sr.Despite his successes on the field, Jamie’s love life has had its ups and downs throughout the years.READ MORE: Jamie Redknapp teases secret project with dad Harry as they match on Father's DayHe married Eternal singer Louise Nurding, in 1998 and the pair had two boys together but unfortunately split in 2017 after almost two decades together.Continue reading to find out more about Jamie’s dating history.Louise’s career began in 1992 aged just 15 after she was scouted in a club by a music producer who was forming girl group Eternal.She introduced him to Kelle Bryan, who she had met at 11-years-old and went on to sing in the band together with the current Loose Women star.Whilst they were on tour with Take That, Louise was introduced to Jamie by Robbie Williams.Their relationship grew but Jamie reportedly wanted to take things slow, so the couple went steady for a while.They eventually married at a private ceremony in 1998 after Jamie proposed to the singer in Bermuda, which was set to be their wedding venue just a week later.She gave birth to their first child Charley in 2004 which led her to take a step back from her singing career and welcomed Beau in 2008.Back in 2015 she told The Express that she would like to have a daughter as her family is “a boys club” so she “can feel a bit left out”.However, this wasn’t meant

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UK to be hit with 'Caribbean tropical' storm, set to unleash thunder and lightning
weather front.Ex-tropical Storm Alex is heading our way from Bermuda and while it will lose much of its anger as it sweeps across the Atlantic, Britain will still bear the brunt of the tailwind that will bring strong blasts and rain to these shores from tonight (June 9).It will eventually transition from a tropical storm to a deep low-pressure system, which is unusual for this time of the year, as they are normally prevalent in the autumn months.There will be gusts of around 45mph that will batter exposed coasts, with winds expected to exceed 55mph in rural northern spots.Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “Alex transitions into a mid-latitude low as it pushes into the Atlantic and is carried by the jet stream for its arrival later Thursday and Friday.“In June, this is quite notable for its depth, and the most likely outcome is that it will bring an unseasonably windy period later Thursday and Friday.“The strongest winds arrive after dark on Thursday evening and on Friday as the front moves through the winds pick up further.”As the storm heads into Europe, we will se a blustery day on Saturday (June 11), although temperatures may push into the low 20s. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. Storm Alex may be followed by several hurricanes in the West and although these don’t normally reach Britain, they could still stir up some very unsettled weather across these parts.Jim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services, told the Daily Express: “This could be the first of a few ex-tropical storms to affect the UK weather over the next few months.