She recently admitted the last few years have been ‘hard’ following the breakdown of her marriage to ex-husband Jamie Redknapp in 2017.
Yet Louise Redknapp is entering the New Year with a positive outlook, as she celebrated the start of 2022 with her friends on a night out.
The singer, 47, shared a selection of snaps from her New Year’s Eve with her pals Lewis Shaw and Claire Denby, as they posed in the back of a taxi.
Louise looked typically chic in a black blouse, while she wore her highlighted blonde locks in a loose, sleek style and sported a glamorous coat of make-up.
The mother of two, who shares sons Charlie, 17, and Beau, 13, with Jamie, looked carefree in the cab as she flashed a peace sign to the camera.
She also leaned in for sweet selfies with her pals.
In a caption alongside the images, she wrote: ‘A bit late posting but just wanted to wish you all a Happy New Year and all the love and luck for 2022! I had a fab night with my gang.’
Louise kick started the New Year with an appearance on Lorraine Kelly’s fashion segment on Tuesday morning.
The TV personality shared a snap of her stylish look, which included a black and white jumper with jeans, ahead of appearing on the morning show.
Last month Louise offered her advice on ‘transforming your life in 2022’ during an appearance on Lorraine on December 15.
Dwelling on how ‘the last few years have been so hard for everybody’, she explained how she, along with style expert and life coach Paul Wharton, will be working out what ‘people really need.’
Speaking on the show, she said: ‘We are really gonna try and focus on 2022 being the most positive year yet!’
When Lorraine touched on how the former Eternal singer has ‘gone through a lot’ in her life, an optimistic Louise replied: ‘You have to learn. You have to work out what makes you move onto the next step.’
Lorraine’s reference was undoubtedly a nod to her split from Jamie, to whom she was married for 19 years before their divorce.
Of how her and Paul are aiming to help others get their mojo back, Louise explained: ‘For us, it’s making sure we spend time with people, you know, that haven’t been out of the house, haven’t had a job interview for years.
‘They’ve lost their confidence of walking into a room and knowing that they’re capable and they’re okay.
‘I speak to so many people all the time who say, “oh I just wish I could do this, I wish I could do that.” What we’re saying is “you can!”‘
Alluding to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the mother-of-two added: ‘The last few years have knocked people for so many reasons.’
On Tuesday, the pop star admitted she thinks her new lyrics might make people ‘worry’ about her.