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Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson hopes she’s making ‘real recovery’ from a traumatic birth

Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after giving birth to her son last year, but said she now hopes she is on her way to recovery.

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Louise Thompson said she hopes she will begin a “real recovery” from complications during childbirth in November.

The Made In Chelsea star, 31, was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after having her son, Leo-Hunter, whom she shares with Ryan Libbey.

After a scary ordeal, Louise revealed that “one ended up in the NICU and the other ended up in the ICU” and told fans she had ‘danced death twice’.

In her first Instagram post since talking about the effect the birth has had on her, Louise revealed that baby Leo is now 15 weeks old.

She wrote: “Where have the past three months gone? Today Leo turns 15 weeks and my brain can’t understand it.

“The last time I went public with my injury was on January 15, and I haven’t felt strong enough to talk about it since. If I could use a few words to describe the past month. then they would be: POINTS, TERMINED, DISTRIBUTED, AND TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL.







Louise Thompson says she hopes she’s on her way to recovery
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Leo is now 15 weeks old
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“I thought spending a month in the hospital was the worst time of my life. Oh, I was wrong. I had control of my mind then.

“Something happened about a month ago when my mind and body collapsed in tandem. I guess I was in self-protection/survival mode up until that point. Then, The real mental health hell begins.”

Louise says she accepts the fact that her life may “never be the same again”, adding: “but honestly things can’t get any worse than they did last month, so hopefully I’m starting my actual recovery.”






Ryan’s dad meets Louise on Made In Chelsea

The new mother told her followers that she hopes her experience will encourage others to continue, writing: “DO NOT GIVE. JUST KEEP ALIVE. ONE DAY MORE”.

Louise shot to fame in the first Made In Chelsea series in 2011.

Her fiancé Ryan joined the cast in 2016, before the couple got engaged in 2018.

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