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    Louise Redknapp has been left "heartbroken" after her beloved pet pooch Corky passed away

    The Eternal star - who has kids Charles, 16, and Beau, 11, with ex-husband Jamie Redknapp - took to Instagram to share the sad news that the family's six-year-old rescue Jura Hound cross died


    Alongside a series of snaps with Corky, Louise - who also has two Shar Peis called Rudi and Blu - wrote: "I’m so heartbroken to have to share with you that we lost our gorgeous boy Corky yesterday...

    "I’m gonna miss the howling when there is someone coming in the house, the drool on the floor when there is food around and the big cuddles on the sofa.

    "Thank you Wild at Heart Foundation for bringing him in to our lives we adored him from the moment we got him. We will miss you so much sleep tight our beautiful boy love you forever."

    The 45-year-old singer and her ex-spouse Jamie adopted Corky from Cyprus in 2016, when he was two, with the help of the Wild at Heart Foundation.

    The pooch had been through a tough time, having been abandoned at just six weeks old, before finding his forever home with Louise and her family.

    And as a result, he had some "issues", but as soon as the mother-of-two clapped eyes on Corky on an advert on social media, she had to adopt him.

    At the time, Louise said: "I just fell in love with him the moment I saw him."

    Wild at Heart reached out to the 'Stretch' singer after hearing the sad news to offer their condolences and support.

    They wrote in the comments section under her post: "We’re so sorry to hear this @louiseredknapp, and we’re sending lots of love your way.

    You gave Corky THE most wonderful life, and he knew right until the end just how loved he was - you know where we are."

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