Louise Redknapp has opened up on her dating struggles since splitting from ex-husband Jamie over three years ago.
The singer and West End star, 45, admits that the divorce has brought a halt to any romance in her life, and that her teen sons also don't seem to be comfortable seeing her date again.
In an interview, the mum-of-two confessed she is still coming to terms with her split from former Liverpool footballer Jamie, 47, and that she doesn't think she'll ever be able to have a partner.
She also opened up on her fears of being hurt, as she told The Sun: "I’m by no means in this amazing place; if I said I was, I’d be lying.
"I’ve still have so many struggles on a daily basis because I don’t know if someone ever gets over getting divorced after 20 years.
"I don’t think that will ever get easier for someone like me.
"I don’t want to feel hurt, I don’t want to feel worried about everyone I know and love, I don’t want to worry that everything I do will have a negative effect."
And the virus has also made things harder for the former Eternal member, as she added: "It’s not looking positive for me when it comes to love life.
"I still haven’t been on a date! Lockdown is not helping me in the dating world."
Louise's candid comments, made on the Spinning Plates podcast, come nearly three years after she announced her divorce from Jamie in 2017.
The ex-football pro, who is now a familiar face on our TV screens, has since moved on and recently confirmed he's in a relationship with Swedish model Frida Andersson-Lourie, 37.
Jamie and Louise share two sons together called Charley and Beau, 11.
She admits they were not happy about her sexy music videos when she rebooted her singing career.
For her 2019 song Stretch, Louise wore a sexy leotard and danced in a suggestive music video and her sons had plenty to say about it.
She explained: “They made me promise I wouldn’t make any more like that. That was the only part they weren’t happy about.”
Louise added: “My son had his 15 and 16-year-old mates round and I could hear Stretch on.
"They didn’t even know I was in the house. I came downstairs and I was like, ‘Caught you!’".