Louise Thompson is 'so proud' of her fiance Ryan Libbey for going to therapy

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Louise Thompson is so proud of Ryan Libbey for going to his first therapy session credit:Bang Showbiz
Louise Thompson is so proud of Ryan Libbey for going to his first therapy session credit:Bang Showbiz

Louise Thompson is “so proud” of her fiance Ryan Libbey for going to therapy.

The former ‘Made in Chelsea’ star praised the 31-year-old fitness guru - and father of her eight-month-old son Leo-Hunter - for having his "first therapy session” while she recovers in hospital from the ongoing impact of her traumatic birth.

The 32-year-old influencer wrote on Instagram on Thursday (14.07.22): "So proud of this guy (dad award of the year) heading to his first therapy session this evening (sic)"

Ryan gave an update about how he and Leo-Hunter were “keeping busy” as Louise received treatment after she was diagnosed with PTSD following the complications of her delivery.

He wrote on his on page: "We’re keeping busy til mummy comes home from hospital.

"Baby is down, so I'm taking 10 to soak in the tub.

"Weirdly, Home Alone is on TV so I'm watching that. Anything to lift spirits I guess."

From her hospital bed, Louise revealed her little brother, Sam Thompson, 29 - who also appeared on the E4 reality show - provided a “few hours of dreamy distraction” by visiting her.

She wrote: "A few hours of dreamy distraction. Family is the greatest privilege."

This came after Pocket Sport, her athletic wear brand, confirmed the news of her readmission to hospital.

They said: "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."

These developments come after Louise revealed earlier this year that she spent time in intensive care and her little one was in the newborn intensive care unit (NICU).

In January, she wrote: “Hello everyone, this post isn't an easy one for me to write. I have so many things that I want to say but at the same time I'm struggling to find the words to explain what has happened to me and my family so for now I will keep it quite simple.

“The reason I have been absent for weeks is because I have been very unwell.

“5 weeks ago I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy Leo-Hunter Libbey weighing in at 7lbs. Unfortunately it wasn't the easiest start for either of us. One ended up in NICU and the other ended up in ICU.”

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