Louise Thompson announces she’s pregnant months after heartbreaking miscarriage

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Louise Thompson has shared the happy news that she is pregnant – months after suffering a heartbreaking miscarriage.

Former Made in Chelsea star Louise, 31, shared the happy news with her fans as she and her fiancé Ryan Libbey posed with an ultrasound photo of their unborn tot.

The couple looked radiant with happiness as 30 year old dad-to-be Ryan held onto the scan snap while Louise sat on his lap and clutched onto a pair of tiny shoes.

Louise then gushed in the caption: “Counting our blessings” surrounded by two rainbow emojis.

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She described the first 12 weeks of her pregnancy as she went on: “I thought I’d have all sorts of creative ways to deliver this information but the truth is the last 12 weeks have been quite challenging.

“Unlike last time, Ryan and I haven’t documented our journey at all.

“I’ve hardly taken any pictures or videos for fear that something might happen.”

The mum-to-be then admitted: “I’ve also felt like A**. I never knew that fatigue or ‘flatness’ like this existed in pregnancy.

“There are 0 before and after snaps, no week to week transformations or fun reveal videos with friends and family leading a trail of buns to an oven, instead there is a drawer filled with 10000000x billion gazillion pregnancy tests (shameless and expensive) and some sensitive conversations where we try not to get too excited.

“I’d be lying if I said it’s been an easy ride but the truth is I think poor Ryan has found it even harder than I have.”

Louise then took the opportunity to praise her man Ryan as she gushed: “I’m definitely lucky to have such a sensitive partner and I feel safe in the knowledge that you are going to be the best dad in the world.”

The MIC star shared he hopes to “relax” during the rest other pregnancy as she prepares to welcome her first child.

“Now we’ve reached this hopeful milestone,” she said followed by three smiling face emojis. “i am really pleased to be able to share our lovely news with you all [newspaper emoji].

“I want to try to relax a smidge and to be able to enjoy the journey as I’m informed it will be over in a flash.”

She then confessed to fans she “might have waited a little longer to share” the happy news, but was itching to tell her fans due to her blossoming bump.

Louise added: “I don’t think I could have hidden the news for much longer because there is absolutely ZERO room left in this 5ft short torso for a growing bump except to push MASSIVELY outwards which means it’s becoming very hard to hide…

“I’ve already received a few comments. I already resemble a wide load vehicle (Ryan’s words not mine and incidentally exactly the kind of humour I need to get me through the next 6 months).”

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The reality star then appealed to fans for pregnancy advice as “there are so many things happening to my body that NO ONE TALKS ABOUT”.

Louise added that she suffers with ulcerative colitis, a long-term condition where the colon and rectum become inflamed, which has caused her discomfort in the pregnancy.

She revealed: “Hormones are a thing of absolute madness and pregnancy coupled with ulcerative colitis has been a major killjoy and particularly anxiety inducing.

“Who’s experienced it? I’ve always been a firm believer that women are superhuman for what they put up with and now I have even more reason to stand by that.”

Louise signed off her lengthy caption with her and Ryan’s initials followed by a red heart emoji.

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