Sunday, September 15, 2019

Harry Redknapp reveals major secret he’s keeping from wife live on-air ‘I didn’t tell her’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Harry Redknapp, 72, joined Chris Evans on his Virgin Radio Breakfast Show this morning, where the pair chatted about horse racing. The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner undoubtedly left his companions gobsmacked as he said his wife Sandra is unaware that he is the owner of ten stallions. The footballer manager let slip the news live on-air that his wife believed him to be the owner of just one horse. Speaking to Chris, the former football manager divulged: “Well, I keep buying horses.

“I’ve got a couple of slow ones and a couple of fast horses.”

The host quizzed further: “So you have a couple of horses?”

To which Harry replied: “I’ve got ten. Sandra only thinks I’ve got one. I hope she’s not listening.

“Because last week, there was one [of my horses] running. And I said, ‘Sandra, my horse is running’.”

But it seemingly appeared he may have been caught out as Sandra questioned him about the name of the stallion.

Quoting his spouse, Harry said: “I didn’t think it was called that.

“I went, ‘No, I’ve changed the name of it.’ I didn’t tell her about the other nine.”

Harry – who was crowned the winner of I’m A Celebrity in December – owns a horse racing business called Three Kings Racing.

According to The Sun, the former Tottenham Hotspur boss set up the business near his home in Dorset to buy young horses in the hope they would become winners.

The King of the Jungle has been married to Sandra for 52 years and they share two adult children together – Jamie Redknapp, 46, and Mark Redknapp, 48.

Harry recently spoke about his love for Sandra on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories in June 2019.

He also revealed how when Sandra fell unwell last year, he nearly did not enter I’m A Celebrity.

Sandra fell ill with sepsis in 2017 and in May 2018, she suffered another relapse.

Sepsis is a bacterial infection which can cause organ damage, and Harry said he is regularly checking in on his wife.

He told Piers: “I nearly pulled out. I said look, obviously I’m not going to go to Australia and do a show if she’s not well.

“It was scary. If she hadn’t have got the ambulance that night she would have been in desperate trouble. So that was the saver, really.”

Talking about whether Sandra was close to death, Harry said: “I couldn’t think about that… I couldn’t.

“Thinking about it, I couldn’t handle that. I just couldn’t.”

Chris Evans’ Virgin Radio Breakfast Show airs weekdays at 6.30am.

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