Louise Thompson Takes Social Media Break As She Returns To Hospital

We hope she feels better soon!

 

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Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson has returned to hospital just days after she revealed some worrying symptoms which she thought were signs of “brain damage or a mini stroke”.

Her team posted on her Instagram page saying, “Hey everyone, Team Pocket here.Louise is unfortunately back in hospital for a little while and is therefore taking a break from social media.

“Like all of you I am sure, we wish her a speedy recovery and are sending her all the love.

“Louise has asked us to keep you all updated on some exciting bits going on at Pocket in the meantime while she is away.”

Earlier this week Louise posted a snap of herself in the sun with the caption, “Today’s attitude: keep calm and carry on.”

 

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It has not been an easy 7 months for the young family, as Louise recently shared that she almost lost her life while giving birth to their son Leo in November.

Since then, Louise’s health has been up and down, which she has documented on her social media. Before being admitted to hospital she shared that a blood test showed that her iron and haemoglobin levels are low.

It has not been an easy few months for the young family, as Louise shared that she almost lost her life while giving birth to their son Leo in November.

 

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Since then, Louise’s health has been up and down, which she has documented on her social media. Before being admitted to hospital she shared that a blood test showed that her iron and haemoglobin levels are low.

Ryan Libbey, Louise’s partner shared a message thanking followers for their support after the announcement was made, he wrote, “Thank you to the people who have messaged me today sending well wishes to myself and Louise. I’ll update when I can. Thank you again.”

We are wishing Louise a speedy recovery!

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