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Louise Thompson returns to Instagram after hospital dash as she spends time with adorable baby son Leo

LOUISE Thompson has returned to Instagram after her hospital dash earlier this week. It comes after the Made in Chelsea star, 31, worried fans after posting a picture of herself looking sad on Instagram writing: "I just want someone to fix me." Louise - who has been honest and open about her struggles since having her first child in 2021 - added: "My poor body and brain are all over the place." After her alarming post her fiance Ryan Libbey told her fans that she had gone to hospital, explaining that she had received "alarming" test results and said he was "devastated".
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