A beaming Louise Redknapp was accompanied by her glamorous mum Lynne Nurding for a night out in London on Sunday.

The mother and daughter duo attended the evening gala performance of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in Clerkenwell.

Louise, who is still wearing her wedding ring despite splitting from estranged husband Jamie Redknapp, was all smiles as she posed outside the venue arm-in-arm with her mum.

The 43-year-old kept her look chic and simple, opting to wear black trousers, a plunging black top and a flattering fitted metallic silver blazer.



While Louise was braving the cold without a jacket, mum Lynne wrapped up in an cosy animal print coat.

Louise’s outing comes days after she appeared on Strictly spin-off It Takes Two to perform single 2 Faced.


The noughties classic of course includes the lines “stop your b**hing”, but the singer didn’t bother changing the lyrics to cater for the pre-watershed performance.

While most didn’t see anything wrong with her using the word, some took to Twitter to have a grumble about the performance.

“#ItTakesTwo #StrictlyComeDancing #Louiseredknapp Family programme? Not today! singing lyrics with b**ch every 5 seconds. Time to find the remote control,” one fumed.


A second viewer tweeted: “Not sure I’m happy about my 8 year old singing stop your b**ching at the top of her voice! Thanks #ItTakesTwo not appropriate for before 7pm.”

Another tweeted the BBC show, writing: “With regards to Louise’s appearance on #ItTakesTwo this evening…. Don’t particularly think the term ‘b**ching’ in the context used was appropriate for that time of evening….. young impressionable peeps watching…”

Louise Redknapp shared a raunchy mirror selfie on Instagram

And someone else said that while it doesn’t “offend” them, they were still surprised to hear her use it repeatedly.

“Surprised Louise is allowed to sing the word b**ching on the BBC lol, it doesn’t offend me in the slightest but I’m sure the prudes will be on the phone to ofcom.”

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