:Pregnant Louise Thompson cradles bump as she relaxes in a white bra and cycling shorts while cheekily labelling herself ‘marriage material’  

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She announced in May that she is expecting her first child with fiancé Ryan Libby.

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And pregnant Louise Thompson looked dazzling in her latest Instagram snaps, craning her baby bump while relaxing in a white bra and nude-hued cycling shorts.

Sharing stylish photos on Wednesday, the 31-year-old former Made In Chelsea star captioned her post: ‘Precious cargo.’

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Radiant: Pregnant Louise Thompson, 31, glows in her latest Instagram snaps, craning her baby bump while relaxing in a white bra and nude-hued cycling shorts

Lewis wrote: 'Precious goods.  P.S. This hat is totally ironic'
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Lewis wrote: ‘Precious goods. P.S. This hat is totally ironic’

He also pointed to the fact that he was wearing a white cap at the back with the words ‘marriage material’ stamped on it, quipping: ‘Ps. This hat is totally ironic.

The star can be seen lying on the chic outdoor furniture of her London home.

In some pictures, the mother-to-be is seen away from the camera, while in some she spread the smile of her fans.

Lewis went barefoot and sported an immaculate white manicure.

This was when Lewis admitted that she had used alcohol to hide her ‘very low self-esteem’ and ‘to not face the realities of her life in which I was not particularly happy’.

Variety of poses: In some pictures the mother looks away from the camera, while in others she gives her fans a smile.

Variety of poses: In some pictures the mother looks away from the camera, while in others she gives her fans a smile.

Teetotal Lewis commented in the first episode of a three-part web-series called The Have Your Notes, which is airing online tomorrow to mark International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Day.

First recognized in 1999, the day hopes to raise awareness of conditions that can result from alcohol use during pregnancy – FASD is an umbrella term to describe issues that occur, such as poor memory. and difficulty in hearing.

Fitness entrepreneur Louise sat down with Dr Inyang Takon, a pediatrician consultant at the East & North Hertfordshire Trust at London’s Skylon Bar, to discuss her relationship with alcohol.

Marriage Material: She also pointed to the fact that she was wearing a white cap at the back with the words 'Marriage Material' stamped on it, quipping: 'Ps.  This hat is totally ironic'

Marriage Material: She also pointed to the fact that she was wearing a white cap at the back with the words ‘Marriage Material’ stamped on it, quipping: ‘Ps. This hat is totally ironic’

Lewis said: ‘I have long been interested in the effects of alcohol on non-pregnant people as well as pregnant people, because it affected me so badly.

‘I think I went through a period of ten years where I used to drink, so I used to go out and drink a lot.

‘I had very low self-esteem. I used to drink it to hide and not face the realities of my life which I was not particularly happy with and I worked in the world of TV which was quite toxic for quite a long time.’

She continued: ‘My body couldn’t really function in the work environment and I love my job.’

Candid: This comes after Lewis admitted that she used alcohol to hide her 'very low self-esteem' and 'to not face the realities of her life in which I was not particularly happy'

Candid: This comes after Lewis admitted that she used alcohol to hide her ‘very low self-esteem’ and ‘to not face the realities of her life in which I was not particularly happy’

Lewis, who is due to give birth to her first child with her personal trainer fiancé Ryan in November, insists that everyone can benefit from drinking less.

She said: ‘I don’t know if it’s just a British thing and our whole pub culture, but I think for a lot of people, especially when I think of my parents’ generation, drinking is a tough one. There is freedom from the day’s work.

‘[But] I know a lot of students who think it’s good not to drink alcohol, which I think is great.’

Lewis said she began reducing her alcohol intake “before thinking about family planning.”

‘I just knew that my body didn’t respond well to it,’ she explained. ‘I’ve noticed I have more fun now that I’m alcohol-free – I like the fact that I feel more, so everything feels a lot stronger.’

Due date: Louise, who is due to give birth to her first child with her personal trainer fiancé Ryan in November, insists everyone can benefit from drinking less

Due date: Louise, who is due to give birth to her first child with her personal trainer fiancé Ryan in November, insists everyone can benefit from drinking less

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