Louise Redknapp strips to bra to flaunt toned figure in hot and sweaty workout

Louise Redknapp has stunned her fans as she slipped into her workout gear and showcased her abs and cleavage during her at-home exercise session.

The 45-year-old wore a simple combo of a black sports bra and some khaki green gym leggings as she recorded herself working out.

The sports bra featured double shoulder straps for extra support and was cut high allowing her abs to get that extra air flow as she exercised.

Set to a soundtrack of Janet Jackson song Control, the former Eternal singer got to business with a skipping rope and resistance band as she worked up a sweat.

Naturally, she went without makeup for the high-energy routine, and let her caramel tresses fall straight down behind her back.

In the two captions, she told her fans she was "skipping into Wednesday" and "working off Tuesday's gin and tonics" as she got hot and sweaty for the workout.

The beauty has been quiet on Instagram recently since returning from her sunshine holiday with her sons Charley, 16, and Beau, 11.

However her ex-husband Jamie Redknapp, 47, has found himself snatching headlines thanks to his new girlfriend.

The football pundit is reported to be dating Swedish model Frida Andersson-Lourie three years after splitting up with Louise.

However it's thought he had another romance last year with model Lizzie Bowden, but called it quits just a few months after they were pictured together, as he wanted to focus on his kids.

At the time, a source told The Sun: "His priority is his two sons and career, and he wants to hold out on finding the right woman to settle down with."

Now though, a source told the publication: "Jamie feels ready to move on from his marriage to Louise and is happy to be doing it with someone who has kids too and is financially secure.

"It's early days for Jamie and Frida, but they have grown close and are really enjoying spending time together when they can."

Jamie and Louise were married from 1998 until they divorced in 2017.

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