Louise Thompson was in shock on Tuesday after Instagram removed a photo of her naked baby belly due to “community guidelines.”
The pregnant Made In Chelsea star, 31, had shared a photo of her in bed the previous night covering her breasts with her bump.
“Shocked that Instagram has removed a story about my pregnant body because it violates community guidelines. Soz if anyone found that offensive,” Louise wrote.
Confused: Louise Thompson was left in shock Tuesday after Instagram deleted this photo of her naked baby bump due to ‘community guidelines’
“Shocked that Instagram has removed a story about my pregnant body because it violates community guidelines. Soz if someone found that offensive,” wrote Louise (stock image)
According to the social media app, Louise’s snap was removed due to “sexually oriented adults.”
In the post, Louise lay on her side to show off her budding baby bump as she covered her breasts with one hand at 6:45am as she struggled to stand.
In addition to the photo that showed her captioned “big old belly,” Louise gave details about her upcoming doctor’s appointments for fans.
She wrote: ‘I have an NHS growth scan this morning to make sure our baby is getting enough nutrients during my third trimester ulcerative colitis.’
“Soz if someone found that offensive,” Louise wrote with her story
The official NHS website states that ulcerative colitis is a long-term condition in which the colon and rectum become inflamed.
Some research has linked Crohn’s disease and colitis with an increased risk of early (premature) birth and sometimes miscarriage.
In March of this year, Louise heartbreakingly revealed that she had suffered a “devastating” miscarriage before announcing her second pregnancy four months ago in May.
Parents-to-be: Louise announced her pregnancy with fiancé Ryan Libbey four months ago in May
Louise has learned everything she can before the arrival of her baby.
In her latest Instagram story, she told her followers: ‘Just finished an nct [National Childbirth Trust] class.
“I taught HELLA A LOT. I can’t wait to give birth to my placenta after the baby is born NAAAAAAT,” she joked.
‘There is so much to learn. Start thinking the less you know, the better. Apparently you’re so out of it that you just go with the flow, but the sound of the 4th degree tears isn’t quite ideal.’
‘Start thinking the less you know, the better’: Louise learned everything she can for her baby’s arrival and joked that she can’t wait to give birth to her placenta
“Ryan better worship the ground I’m standing on when he witnesses this ordeal,” added Louise of her partner.
The reality star’s latest pregnancy update comes after she and Ryan announced Monday that they were expecting a boy.
The couple both posted adorable identical videos on Instagram confirming the gender of their unborn son.
In the sweet clip, we see Louise and Ryan wandering through a field as the reality personality tosses a baseball in the air.
Sweet: The reality star’s latest pregnancy update comes after she and Ryan announced on Monday that they were expecting a boy
Ah! The couple both posted adorable identical videos on Instagram confirming the gender of their unborn son
The camera focuses on heavily pregnant Louise, who is wearing a T-shirt and matching cycling shorts with vest, and her stomach.
Louise then tosses the ball to Ryan, who slams it open with a bat, releasing bright blue smoke—indicating the couple are expecting a boy.
In May, Louise wrote a heartfelt announcement revealing that she had reached 12 weeks of her pregnancy.
Play ball! The sweet clip shows Louise and Ryan wandering around a field as the reality personality tosses a baseball in the air
Louise told her followers the journey has been “challenging” so far, having suffered a miscarriage earlier this year.
Louise shared how she felt since finding out she was pregnant again, as she admitted she was afraid history would repeat itself.
Sharing the news of her previous miscarriage with her followers, the TV personality explained how she had “no idea it was possible to love someone I’d never met so much” and said that fertility was a “rough and overwhelming ride can be’. ‘.
Devastating news: Louise revealed she suffered a ‘devastating’ miscarriage earlier this year in a heartbreaking Instagram post in March
Last month, Louise shared how she was rushed to hospital after coughing up blood for fear that a suspected clot could lead to more heartbreak in the baby after her tragic miscarriage.
Louise revealed she endured a difficult pregnancy after feeling unwell and in a “high risk category” due to her autoimmune disease, which forced her to undergo more frequent scans.
In an exclusive interview, Louise admitted she’s scared of not having a healthy baby after miscarrying earlier this year, but promises she’ll face future challenges as a new mom once she’s hit the last “goal post” and given birth.
‘It wasn’t the easiest way’: Louise rushed to hospital after coughing up blood for fear a clot could lead to more heartbreak in baby after tragic miscarriage
Louise told MailOnline: ‘At first I was so happy to see the two lines on the baton. I was delighted. We’ve been wanting to add to the family again for years.
“I spoke openly about a miscarriage earlier this year and it wasn’t the easiest way to get here, so we’re trying to feel grateful, but at the same time, I’d be lying if I said I found pregnancy easy. . Every month there seems to be a new hurdle.
Everyone’s experience is different, some people find it easy and feel guilty for saying how easy it was for them, but I almost feel guilty when I say how hard it is for me because there are people who can’t conceive at all turn into.
‘There have been a number of scans and I was quite unwell about three weeks ago. I had to go to Chelsea and Westminster hospitals because I was coughing up blood.
“I had to get scans because they were afraid I had a blood clot. The chances of getting a blood clot during pregnancy are a lot higher than not during pregnancy, and I also have an autoimmune disease. I spent 24 hours there and everything came back fine, but because of my condition I fall into a risk category.”
‘I was quite unwell’: Louise (pictured), revealed she has endured a difficult pregnancy and is in a ‘high risk’ category due to her autoimmune disease
‘I just want to get to that end point’: In an exclusive interview, Louise admitted she’s afraid of not having a healthy baby after miscarriage earlier this year
Despite feeling nervous about her pregnancy experiences, Louise, who is due in November, is relieved to have finally crossed the six-month milestone.
She added: ‘For me, delivering a healthy baby, that’s where all my fears lie. I can handle anything that comes after that.
“I just want to get to that end point in one form and everything will be fine. Anyone who has had fertility problems or a miscarriage, the fear of ending up in front of that goal post…
“The good news is I’m about six and a half months now. I shouldn’t even be thinking about this, but I’m someone who knows all the statistics, babies can be born prematurely, so I’m really comfortable now.”
‘I’m in a comfortable place’: Despite feeling nervous about her pregnancy experiences, Louise, who is due in November, is relieved that she has finally reached the six-month milestone