I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Harry Redknapp and his beloved wife Sandra used to live in an ultra modern beachside home in Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset, before selling it.
Former football manager Harry and Sandra, both 71, owned the stunning property since 2001, before moving in full time in 2015.
It’s reported that Harry and Sandra – who have been married for 51 years – recently sold the property for £6.8million.
The large modern home sits on the water’s edge on the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula and has five bedrooms.
It also boasts its own 25 metre swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and a gym, while most rooms are said to offer stunning sea views thanks to the glass walls on the front of the house.
The house is styled in a chic monochrome interior and features lavish white furniture, scened candles and mirrored lamps and tables.
The master bedroom features an en-suite bathroom decorated in chic black marble and has its own balcony, again offering incredible views.
Harry has won over I’m A Celeb viewers thanks to his regular declarations about his beloved wife Sandra.
He has told his fellow campmates how the mother of his two sons is his soulmate, and his fears over what would happen if he lost her.
In the adorable declaration, he told his co-stars: “She’s my life, you know. I’m a bit scared, you know? When you get older… I do love her too much, and if anything happened it would just kill me.
“We just get on so well. I only want to be with her. Saturday night we go out, have something to eat. I just can’t wait to see her.”
After landing in Australia along with her granddaughter, while speaking to The Mirror, Sandra said it is “flattering” to hear her husband gush about her while he’s in the jungle, though she admitted that she finds it difficult to watch.
On Harry’s regular declarations of love for her, Sandra said: “It has been quite hard to watch him.
“He doesn’t realise everybody is hearing him say things and talking about me, it’s quite embarrassing really.
“He doesn’t realise that all the public are seeing him say things, which is very nice. It’s very flattering.”
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