Louise Thompson appeared to be getting back to happier spirits after a traumatic few months as she filmed a fun video with brother Sam Thompson on Thursday.
The 32 year old appeared in a short clip uploaded by Sam on Instagram carrying out a well-rehearsed dance routine with her brother as her baby boy Leo was seen strapped to her chest.
Showing off her multi-tasking skills, Louise was seen in the footage smiling as she made some energetic dance moves with Sam to Patrice Rushen’s song Forget Me Nots wearing a white printed blouse and light brown flowing trousers.
Sam, 29, appeared to find the whole routine hilarious as he was caught laughing in the video whilst also concentrating hard so as not to mess up the steps.
The brother and sister duo had clearly taken quite some time to learn their steps which included Irish dancing-style kicks, swaying side to side and a few loud claps in what looked to be a nice few seconds of joy for the pair.
“This made me smile, it will be back to pranking in no time @louise.thompson,” Sam captioned the video.
By the end of the clip, Louise is seen laughing alongside her brother in what looked to be a relieving moment for the former Made in Chelsea star, after experiencing mental health issues stemming on from the birth of her son Leo last year.
Louise went through complications during her labour back in November and had to remain in hospital as she fought for her life.
The mum-of-one went on to develop PTSD from the ordeal and has since had severe knock-backs in her recovery at home after being kept away for weeks while she was being given medical treatment.
Louise has spoken openly about her struggles with depression and anxiety among other psychological issues she has been having these past few months and recently said on Instagram that she "just wants to live a normal life”.
Her fun video with brother Sam comes weeks after she posted a teary-eyed selfie whilst holding baby Leo on Instagram Stories as she informed her followers that she’d had a “tough day”.
Despite her difficult few months, a source previously told OK! that Louise was starting to show signs of positive improvement in her recovery as they said: "The dark cloud of her labour is starting to lift a little bit.
“She's starting to be able to do a few things that feel like the old her, go to the gym, cook. Hopefully this is the beginning of her recovery."
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