Louise Thompson was transported to the hospital as she continued to have health problems seven months after giving birth to her son.
He, the Made in Chelsea star, 32, was treated in hospital two weeks ago after doctors noted “alarming blood test results” but released them shortly afterwards.
Her company, women’s sportswear brand Pocket Sport, confirmed that she is now back for the treatment in a post on her Instagram stories.
They said, “Hey guys, it’s Team Pocket. Louise unfortunately has to return to the hospital for a short time and is therefore taking a break from her social media activities.
“Like all of you, I’m sure, we wish her a speedy recovery and send her all our love.
“Louise has asked us to update you all on some exciting news going on at Pocket in the meantime while she is away from home.”
Thompson was diagnosed with PTSD after complications from giving birth to son Leo-Hunter with partner Ryan Libbey late last year.
She later revealed to her followers that Leo-Hunter was being treated in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and she was treated in the adult ICU after giving birth. .
On Christmas Day, she shared a heartfelt post in which she expressed her gratitude to NHS staff who “worked all night to save my life”.
TV star who appeared in the first series of Made In Chelsea in 2011, becoming one of the main characters of the E4 show, while partner Libbey joined the cast in 2016 during filming. film in the south of France.
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The couple got engaged in 2018 after he proposed during a hiking trip in Los Angeles.
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