Louise Thompson shares adorable clip of son Leo ‘walking’

Former Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson has shared a sweet clip of her son Leo "walking" as he attempted to steal the water from the dog's bowl.

Sharing the adorable video, the mum-of-one, 32, joked that "Leo spotted a swimming pool and Leo LIKES swimming."

The clip showed the tot toddling over the water bowl, as Louise and her fiancé Ryan Libbey could be heard going "Leo no, no Leo" while giggling at the situation.

As Leo was about to put his hand in the water, Ryan, also 32, could be heard interjecting with "get your hand out" before Leo changed his mind and crawled away from the bowl.

Earlier this year Louise and Ryan threw an intimate party their London home in celebration of Leo's first birthday.

The parents transformed their home for the big day, having set up a buffet in her lounge which included a two-tier cake baked by her brother Sam Thompson's girlfriend Zara McDermott.

Louise shared details about the day with her Instagram followers, saying: "Leo’s 1st birthday party.

"I’m sure it won’t come as a surprise to hear that I was pretty nervous about throwing this party. I haven’t entertained this year and I’ve never thrown a party for a child. I actually forgot to invite people until quite last minute because I wasn’t sure how I’d feel.

"I designed the invitations months ago in the hope I'd feel ok by November and then dribbled them out over the weeks running up to the party. Hosting used to make me feel nervy pre-trauma so this was a double whammy… although since having Leo I’ve learnt to let go of most of my perfectionist tendencies, which certainly helped."

She went on to admit there was a moment where she stood in her bedroom and "felt lost" before the party, as she was actually "too organised."

Since the traumatic birth of her son, Louise has been open about the long-lasting effects this has had on her mental health and how she has since been diagnosed with PTSD.

Opening up about this she said: "Having PTSD is like someone else having the remote control to your life and a toddler grabbing the remote and mashing up the buttons completely randomly.

In one emotional post, she wrote: "I feel quite conflicted because part of me really wants to ditch the past, forget about what happened to me and move on…

"Then on the other hand I want to open up about recovering from trauma because it helps me and helps others but I'm scared because I don't want it to consume me forever. I want to forget it but I can't forget."


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