Louise Thompson’s photo of her baby bump has been removed by Instagram, after it was deemed to go ‘against community guidelines’
The Made In Chelsea star is expecting her first child with fiancé Ryan Libbey, both 31, confirming their happy news earlier this year.
After the mum-to-be announced that they are set to welcome a baby boy, she shared a photo on her Instagram story as she lay in bed, showing off her naked bump.
She covered up her breasts in the picture, with most of the focus on her growing stomach ahead of a ‘’scan’.
However, in a later story, the fitness expert shared a screenshot which stated that the previous picture had been ‘removed for sexual solicitation’.
Unhappy with the decision, Louise commented: ‘Shocked that Instagram removed a story of my pregnant body because it goes against community guidelines.
‘Soz if anyone found that offensive.’
The reality star, and sister of Sam Thompson, is set to give birth in the next couple of months, having passed the halfway mark in July.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk in a candid chat, she previously discussed her relationship with social media, and confessed she was wary of posting certain parts of her pregnancy journey.
‘I think at the beginning especially. I didn’t announce it at the 12 week mark, I waited a little bit longer because I was still a bit worried that something bad would happen, or that I would have a miscarriage,’ she told us.
‘Then I thought, actually this is such a big part of my life, I can’t hide it anymore anyway because I’m growing quite quickly, I’m so short so it was showing quite obviously.
‘I think I have become a lot more cautious with what I share. I still share a lot. I really like a bath and people are quite conflicted on whether that’s a good idea.
‘I do make a specific effort to show [fans] like if I’m having a bath, I’ll have to video the thermometer to make sure that people are aware that I am responsible enough to take the temperature of the bath. It’s a bit of a minefield out there and you can do no right.’
‘I think I still have those slight moments which are tough because I’m not on the final homestretch yet, so nothing is for certain,’ she added.
‘But that’s the thing about pregnancy, is that nothing is ever for certain. You just don’t know until the end.’
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