Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson braves freezing temperatures in a daring swimsuit after explosive row with co-star Habbs.
She was back to her dramatic best on Monday night’s explosive episode of Made In Chelsea, which saw lock horns with her brother’s ex-girlfriend Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo. And Louise Thompson was the centre of attention once again as she stripped off and braved the freezing cold while enjoying a dip in the outdoor pool at Cliveden House Hotel in Berkshire in an Instagram snap posted on Friday morning.
The reality star, 28, ensured all eyes were on her as she peeled off her bathrobe to reveal a skimpy mint green swimsuit with an eye-wateringly high cut. Featuring a plunging neckline and a dramatic silver buckle detail, the TV personality pouted away as she posed in her sultry swimwear. Alongside the shot, she wrote: ‘dipping a toe in was a terrible idea. What percentage says I went in?’
Louise’s sexy snap comes after she came head-to-head with Habbs on Monday night’s episode of Made In Chelsea, when she accused her brother Sam’s ex-girlfriend of being a ‘social climber’ and using him. Stumbling upon Habbs, 25, and Sam’s best friend Jamie Laing, 30, while grabbing a coffee, Louise launched into a furious tirade at the pair.
Habbs later recounted the drama to her friends Emily Blackwell, Melissa Tattam and Ell Agostinelli, declaring: ‘I don’t fancy your brother, get over it!’ Louise got engaged to co-star boyfriend Ryan Libbey, 28, during a holiday to Los Angeles in August.
The couple went public with their romance in the summer of 2016 after meeting when Louise employed Ryan as her personal trainer. Louise and Ryan are now in the midst of planning a winter wedding for next Christmas. Speaking to MailOnline after announcing her engagement, Louise said: ‘I don’t know if we’re going to do something very public or very private, I just need to save the date first!
‘We’re definitely thinking a Christmas wedding, so next December with lots and lots of lights, and bonfires and sparklers and carols. ‘Ryan loves Christmas that much it would be really nice to have them, there’s so much to look forward to in the summer anyway. We want something a bit different. I don’t want to be rushed at all.
‘Hundreds of candles and amazing flowers and the food because I love food so much, the food is going to be exquisite, and we’d like to choose a venue where we can take over the whole thing.’