Louise Thompson’s fiancé Ryan Libbey has broken his silence after she was readmitted to hospital yesterday, Wednesday 13 July.
The former Made in Chelsea star's team took to social media to give fans an update on the star's health after she admitted to be struggling a lot in recent days.
The statement read: “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”.
In light of her hospital admission, Ryan took to Instagram to share sweet snaps of their son Leo “keeping busy”.
He captioned the adorable pictures of the tot playing with a xylophone: “We’re keeping busy til mummy comes home from hospital”.
Ryan went on to repost it on his Story, writing: “We miss you mummy”.
The personal trainer also took to his Story to thank people for their messages of concern.
He wrote: “Thank you to all the people today sending me well wishes to myself and Louise.
“I’ll update you when I can. Thank you again”.
Later on on Wednesday evening, Ryan shared a snap of himself in the bath while baby Leo was asleep.
“Baby is down so I’m taking 10 to soak in the tub,” he said. “Weirdly, home alone is on tv so I’m watching that. Anything to lift the spirit I guess”.
Louise isn’t alone in her struggles, as Ryan has also been suffering with PTSD as a result of Leo’s birth late last year.
Louise remained in hospital for five weeks after the birth, and has continued to endure psychological and physical health issues following the harrowing experience.
Writing on Instagram, she has now said Ryan “still lies awake” at night to check she is still alive and has had to seek therapy for his PTSD, along with her.
When a fan asked how Ryan was doing, Louise responded: “He had to hold the fort. He was strong, strong, strong and then some more strong and then BAM he had an almighty crash. We never actually talk about what has happened between the two of us.
"One day I would like to do couples counselling to go through how what happened shaped our experience and how it’s not our fault that things turned out the way they did. He’s so protective so probably feels guilty he couldn’t have helped me.
"Our experiences are so different. My head dealt with living through an awful experience. He had to witness everything with clear vision. He still lies awake all night to check on me, he’s worried I won’t wake up.”
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