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Pregnant Louise Thompson poses completely NAKED to show off her baby bump at 30 weeks

Pregnant Louise Thompson poses completely NAKED to show off her baby bump at 30 weeks and admits her pregnancy journey has been ‘up and down’


She’s due to give birth to her first child in November with her personal trainer fiancé Ryan Libbey.

And on Monday, Louise Thompson posed completely naked to show off her baby bump at 30 weeks, taking to her Instagram Stories to share the full-length snap of herself. 

The pregnant MIC star, 31, also opened up to her followers, admitting that her pregnancy journey has been ‘up and down.’

Mama-to-be! On Monday, Louise Thompson, 31, posed completely naked to show off her baby bump at 30 weeks, taking to her Instagram Stories to share the full-length snap of herself

With her right leg popped forward to protect her modesty, Louise wrapped her right arm over her chest while taking the naked mirror selfie. 

She wrote alongside: ’30 weeks and counting and if I’m being fully honest with myself and with you guys it’s been… up and down.’ 

Louise then tried on a few outfits, admitting: ‘Well this top doesn’t fit very well anymore!’ as a white tank top rode up over her baby bump.

After putting on a pair of powder blue shorts, she wrote: ‘This is where dressing becomes a bit problematic because this must look mental… Cue Obelix.’ 

Blossoming: Louise then tried on a few outfits, admitting: 'Well this top doesn't fit very well anymore!' as a white tank top rode up over her baby bump

Blossoming: Louise then tried on a few outfits, admitting: ‘Well this top doesn’t fit very well anymore!’ as a white tank top rode up over her baby bump

Stylish: After putting on a pair of powder blue shorts, she wrote: 'This is where dressing becomes a bit problematic because this must look mental... Cue Obelix'

Stylish: After putting on a pair of powder blue shorts, she wrote: ‘This is where dressing becomes a bit problematic because this must look mental… Cue Obelix’

Over the weekend, Louise enjoyed a luxury getaway to a spa in Wiltshire with her hunky beau before baby’s arrival.  

The mother-to-be broke down myths in her Instagram upload about feeling ‘weightless’ when swimming whilst pregnant – saying this was not the case for her.

Louise wrote: ‘People say that swimming is the one time that you don’t feel pregnant – that you feel weightless. I have to say as someone who used to compete in regular swimming competitions where breaststroke was my thing, I strongly disagree.

‘It’s a whole different ball game. I felt like my belly was going to drag along the bottom of the pool (like one of those cleaning robots) hahahaa.’   

Louise was recently rushed to hospital after coughing up blood amid fears a suspected clot could spark more baby heartbreak following her tragic miscarriage. 

Glowing: Over the weekend, Louise enjoyed a luxury getaway to a spa in Wiltshire with her hunky beau before baby's arrival

Glowing: Over the weekend, Louise enjoyed a luxury getaway to a spa in Wiltshire with her hunky beau before baby’s arrival

Worrying: Louise was recently rushed to hospital after coughing up blood amid fears a suspected clot could spark more baby heartbreak following her tragic miscarriage

Worrying: Louise was recently rushed to hospital after coughing up blood amid fears a suspected clot could spark more baby heartbreak following her tragic miscarriage

The reality star revealed she endured a difficult pregnancy after feeling unwell and being in a ‘high risk category’ due to her autoimmune condition, causing her to have more frequent scans. 

In an exclusive interview, Louise admitted she’s fearful of not delivering a healthy baby after miscarrying earlier this year but vows she can handle any future challenges as a new mother once she’s reached the final ‘goalpost’ and given birth.

Louise told MailOnline: ‘In the beginning I was so happy just to see the two lines on the stick. I was elated. We have wanted another addition to the family for years.’

‘I just want to get to that end point in one shape and for it to all turn out well. Anyone that has had fertility issues or a miscarriage, the fear that it will end before that goalpost…

‘The good news is I am about six and a half months now. I shouldn’t even think about this but I am someone that knows all the stats, babies can be delivered prematurely so, I feel like I’m in a really comfortable place now.’ 

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