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Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson rushed back to hospital for second time as fiancé Ryan gives update

Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson rushed back to hospital for second time as fiancé Ryan gives update

He took to Instagram to share the health update

Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson has been rushed back to hospital for a second time.

The 33-year-old reality TV star has been struggling with severe health issues and complications after giving birth to her first child at the end of 2021.

Just earlier this month (4 February), Louise was taken to hospital with her fiancé, Ryan Libbey, sharing that she had been there for almost two weeks.

Since then, the fitness trainer has issued another update on Louise's health following her recent hospitalisation.

Sharing a snap of some headphones to his Instagram story yesterday (28 February), he told his followers: "Picked up a little gift for Louise earlier this morning.

"Unfortunately she had to go back into hospital at 3am on Sunday morning and she's still there. I'm hoping these will transport her to her own little world whilst she's on the ward recovering."

Ryan later shared a sweet snap posing with his and Louise's son, Leo, who was born in 2021, with the overlay text reading: "He saw a picture of mummy on my phone this morning which really upset him.

Louise Thompson's fiancé, Ryan Libbey, revealed his wife was rushed to hospital for the second time this month.
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"So getting him to this point where he relaxed and gave daddy a kiss took a while today.

"Leo is turning into such a compassionate, loving little man - I'm so proud of him (and his mum). Praying this weekend we will be home together. Enough tests now-leave us be."

Last week, Louise opened up to her one million followers on Instagram about how she was finding being a mum while also spending time in hospital.

She wrote: "One of the strange things about this whole experience has been navigating time spent in hospital with a little one at home.


"When Ryan was young(ish) … well we’ve now established he was about 8 years old - he saw his mum in hospital connected to lots of wires after a major back surgery and the memory still stings him to this day.

"Ryan’s not very good with hospital. I don’t judge him for it.

"That’s one of the reasons why we thought long and hard about bringing Leo in to visit."

Elsewhere in the post, she explained: " It’s a high stress environment and people are often really really sick.

"This is going to sound horrendous but when I was, say, 'septic' post op I didn’t think about Leo. I couldn’t think about anything. I couldn’t concentrate.


"Plus I was on Fentanyl for 5 days so I was drifting in and out.

"It was only as I started to feel a bit better that I could think more rationally and could weigh up the pros and cons."

Louise continued: "I’d FaceTimed him on one of the days and got a bit upset. I didn’t want to show him lots of sadness. I didn’t want to add any more confusion

"I didn’t want to disrupt the challenges that Ryan was dealing with at home - my health uncertainty and the change to Leo’s routine.

Louise previously opened up about her time in hospital.

"Leo was happy and busy at nursery several days a week. Lots of family rallied around to play with him. Things were really ok for him."

She concluded the touching post: "I also reminded myself that some young parents go away for work or for holidays with their partners leaving their kids behind for a week or so anyway! That made me feel a lot better."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@louise.thompson

Topics: Made In Chelsea, Celebrity, Health, TV And Film