Louise Thompson was re-admitted to the hospital because he continued to have health problems seven months after his son’s traumatic birth.

A 32-year-old Made in Chelsea star was treated in the hospital two weeks ago after a doctor said she would “warn the results of blood tests,” but was soon released.

Her company, women’s sportswear brand PocketSport, confirmed in an Instagram article post that she was back for treatment.

They say: Louise is unfortunately back in the hospital for a while, so she’s taking a break from social media.

“Like you, we want her to recover quickly and send her all the love.

“Louis asked us to keep you up to date on some of the exciting things that are happening in your pocket while she’s away.”

Thompson was diagnosed with PTSD late last year after suffering complications during childbirth with his partner Ryan Libby and his son Leo Hunter.

Ryan Libby (David Jensen / PA)

She later revealed to believers that Leo Hunter was treated in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and in the Adult ICU after birth.

On Christmas day, she shared a heartfelt post and paid tribute to the NHS staff who “worked all night to save my life.”

The TV star appeared in Made in Chelsea’s first series in 2011, becoming one of the protagonists of the E4 show, starring partner Libby during a shoot in Southern France in 2016.

The couple became engaged in 2018 after he suggested during a hiking trip in Los Angeles.

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