Jamie Redknapp’s girlfriend Frida Andersson ‘confirms’ they’re expecting a child

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Jamie Redknapp's girlfriend Frida Andersson has appeared to confirm they are expecting their first child together.

After reports emerged that the lovebirds were starting a family together, Frida, 37, took to her Instagram account to reply to comments from fans who congratulated her on the baby news.

The stunning model left prayer hand emojis under sweet comments such as, "Lovely news on your new baby. Congratulations to you both" and "Congratulations on your new baby".

The exciting news broke on Sunday, with a source telling The Sun: "Jamie and Frida are absolutely delighted. They've been virtually inseparable in lockdown, and their relationship has gone from strength to strength."

The source continued: "The couple started telling their nearest and dearest last week.

"Jamie's been telling pals he's really excited to be a dad again — less excited about the sleepless nights, and ­nappy-changing. But both he and Frida will be brilliant, hands-on parent," it was added.

Jamie, 47, already shares two children, Charley, 16, and Beau, 12, with his ex-wife Louise Redknapp, 46.

Frida has four children from her marriage to US hedge fund manager Jonathan Lourie.

Jamie and Frida have been dating for the past 18 months, and they met after being introduced through friends.

His relationship with Frida is the first since he split from wife Louise in 2017 when they announced their separation.

Louise was reportedly left feeling "let down" by some of her friends after her separation from Jamie.

A source told new magazine: "Celebrity friends in particular seem to drop, they sometimes weigh up who they can get more out of.

"Louise felt the friends sided with Jamie. Showbiz can be a sad and shallow world, and people do tend to pick the side they can benefit from.

"Louise felt let down by some friends, and a lot of people she thought were friends turned out to be quite shallow."

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