Louise Redknapp’s teenage sons begged her to ‘cover up’ in steamy comeback video

Louise Redknapp's sons have begged her to 'put some more clothes on' in her saucy new music videos.

The glamorous singer, 46, made a comeback with her music in 2019 and has proved she's still got it as she flaunted her athletic figure in skimpy outfits.

But her eldest child Charley, 16, and his brother Beau, 12, were left red-faced after telling mum Louise that their school pals have been playing the videos repeatedly.

Making an appearance on Sunday Brunch, the single mum-of-two recalled the conversation she had with her sons, telling Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy they said to her: "Why? Put some trousers on.

"It was in jest, you know, you can't really see anything in the video, it's just slightly more provocative than maybe they see at home in my trackies.

"They just said that a few of their friends on the school computer kept playing it."

Louise made a sizzling return to music two years ago, when she dropped her single Stretch – her first new track in 16 years.

And the doting mum had no shame as she twirled around in a tiny leotard and sky scraper heels, while she put her hands all over a shirtless man.

But Louise's boys are so proud of her no matter what she does.

In a birthday post last year, she said an 'inspired' Charley looks up to her as a 'rolemodel'.

She told the Express: "In my birthday card this year, my son just said, 'We are so proud of you and what you've achieved and you inspire us every day mum to be what we want to be'."

An emotional Louise continued: "So that is what my 16-year-old wrote in my birthday card.

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"Not how embarrassed he is of me, or how he hates me wearing a crop top or a leotard, but how I inspire him to always believe in himself and to be the person he wants to be.

"So it did make me really cry as you can imagine, reading the birthday card, but I think that meant the world to me and obviously I would never do anything to embarrass my children."

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