Louise Thompson confirms she’s having a boy in adorable video with Ryan Libbey

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Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson has revealed she's having a baby boy.

The 31-year-old realty star took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal the exciting news with a sweet video featuring herself and fiancé Ryan Libbey.

The excited parents to be can be seen walking through a field with a baseball bat and a ball in hand.

Louise can be seen throwing the ball and Ryan whacks it with the bat.

All of a sudden blue smoke appears, leaving the couple jumping up and down with couple excitement following the news that they're having a son.

They later ran towards each other and Ryan lifts up his pregnant partner.

Unsurprisingly, Louise and Ryan's adorable video gender reveal caught the attention of their friends, fans and family.

Taking to the comment section, Zara McDermott, who is dating Zara's brother Sam Thompson, penned: "I’m so obsessed with this," followed by heart emojis, before adding that she was "crying."

I'm A Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa added: ""So much joy! Couldn’t be happier for the both of you x."

While another fan wrote: "OMG congratulations."

Someone else post: "This is beautiful."

Louise confirmed she was pregnant in May this year.

The pregnancy announcement came just two months after the couple bravely spoke out about their experience of miscarriage, losing a baby shortly after learning Louise had fallen pregnant.

Thankfully, Louise and Ryan managed to conceive again, sharing the baby's ultrasound on Instagram as they shared the heartwarming news.

Alongside an adorable snap of her clutching a pair of tiny Nike booties and Ryan holding the ultrasound scan, Louise penned: "I thought I’d have all sorts of creative ways to deliver this information but the truth is the last 12 weeks have been quite challenging.

"Unlike last time, Ryan and I haven’t documented our journey at all.

"I’ve hardly taken any pictures or videos for fear that something might happen. I’ve also felt like ASS.

"I never knew that fatigue or 'flatness' like this existed in pregnancy."

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