Jamie Redknapp gives fans a rare glimpse inside his incredible Christmassy home as he works out after major surgery | The Sun
27th December 2022

JAMIE Redknapp has shared a glimpse inside his very Christmassy home.

The former football player, 49, worked out on the stairs of his huge home and revealed a stunning wreath winding around the bannister.

In the background stood a very impressive Christmas tree decorated to perfection.

The star lives in a Surrey mansion with his stunning wife Frida Andersson, who he married last year.

Affording fans a look inside, there’s wooden floorboards and panelling around the hallway and lounge, giving it a very cosy vibe.

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The football pundit moved into the pad shortly after his divorce from his ex-wife Louise Redknapp in 2017 and he's already transformed it into a family home for when his sons Charley, 16, and Beau, 12, come to stay.

The 49-year-old told fans he was “slowly getting there” as he worked out, after his recent surgery.

Jamie penned: “Day rehab. 5 weeks since knee replacement,” as he gently stepped up and down with his weights and headphones on.

The former footballer-turned-pundit has made no secret of his knee issues in the past.

Jamie was plagued by joint problems during a glittering club career with the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham.

It eventually forced the 17-time England international to retire from the game aged 30.

In total, Redknapp has had an incredible 12 surgeries on his right knee.

But recently he felt the time was right to finally take the plunge and get a knee replacement.

Having welcomed son Raphael with 39-year-old wife Frida last year, he felt it was prudent to take action after a lifetime of pain.

Sharing a photo from his hospital bed, Jamie wrote at the time: “So I have finally decided to fix my knee and get a full knee replacement.

“When I was just 18 I had of all of the meniscus removed from the inside of my right knee, hence making it being bone on bone and taking away the cushion that protects it. 

“It has given me constant problems since. Whilst I was playing I had to have physio appointments at all hours. 

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“With the help of the incredible Kevin Lidlow it was a constant battle to keep the swelling down and pain under control, but after at least 12 surgeries I have decided to have it done.

“At 27, I was lucky enough to meet an amazing surgeon called Richard Steadman. He managed to give me a few more years of my career, before I had to retire from the game I love at 30.

“Having a young baby has also made this decision easier, as I need to be as mobile as possible so I can chase that little speedy rascal around.

“I want to thank you Dr Sweetnam, and your great team, for looking after me so amazingly well.

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“As you can see on pic 2 I assume I will be setting off the X-ray machines at the airport with my new titanium knee.

“So here is to a new beginning, I’m excited for this next chapter.”

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