Harry Redknapp has sparked fears for his wife’s health after admitting that she ‘hasn’t been particularly well’.

Harry’s new fears over his wife’s health come after she won a terrifying battle with sepsis last year.

But he nearly didn’t make it into the jungle at all, as Sandra had been suffering from sepsis just as he was due to appear on the show. Thankfully, she recovered and was able to meet him when he left camp after being crowned King of the Jungle.

But this week Harry sparked new fears for his wife’s health after admitting that Sandra “hasn’t been particularly well” and that the couple had been to see a “specialist” in London.

“I have rung her eight times today just to see how she is,” he confessed during an appearance at AOL Build.

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Heartwarmingly, it looks like the couple’s bond is as strong as ever. Harry spoke movingly about working through the “good days and bad days” at the event, saying, “You can’t have a row and throw the towel in. You have to work through it.”

“When I met Sandra I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her,” he added.

And speaking on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show today, he revealed, “She’s my life, she’s a different class.”

The 72-year-old also confessed that Sandra does all the couple’s DIY, gushing, “My missus could have been a plumber, an electrician or anything. She can do everything.”

Harry launched a new book last week: The World According To Harry. But fans will be disappointed to hear that he has no plans to return to our screens any time soon.

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He recently revealed that he’d toyed with the idea of taking part in Strictly Come Dancing, but decided against it after BBC bosses sent over a dancer to “put him through his paces’” for the day.

“It’s not for me,” he told The Mirror.

“No chance. It’s a great show but I can’t dance to save my life.”