Louise Thompson bursts into tears as she watches the Queen’s funeral with son Leo

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‘I don’t know why I’m wearing makeup’: Louise Thompson bursts into tears as she watches the Queen’s funeral with son Leo

Louise Thompson burst into tears as she watched the Queen’s funeral with her son.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, hugged 10-month-old Leo in a video shared on Instagram as she sobbed during Monday’s historic events, captioning the story: ‘I don’t know why I was putting on makeup .’

In a series of clips she shared with her 1.4 million followers, next to an image of the Queen laughing, Louise said ‘Today we will all dedicate it to you’ and ‘The drums, the pipes, I think she would have a blast found it.’

The mum of one, who welcomed her first son with fiancé Ryan Libbey, 32, last December shared a video of Leo rocking back and forth to the beat of the procession.

She captioned the clip: “Leo loved the bagpipes and even managed to sit still #AMomentInHistory.”

Louise also reposted a cartoon that appeared in today’s Times in which an elderly man watches the Queen’s funeral alone in his living room next to an empty armchair.

She wrote: “There will be many mourning multiple losses today. Check in with those sitting alone.’

Tribute: Eager to share the historic day with her followers, Louise shared a question box on her Instagram, asking her fans

Tribute: Eager to share the historic day with her followers, Louise shared a question box on her Instagram, asking her fans “What are you up to?” as she devoted her day to remembering the queen

By sharing the videos dedicated to Her Majesty today, Louise gave fans a peek inside her West London home, which has recently been renovated.

Louise’s immaculate living room has a large flat screen TV mounted on the wall above her fireplace, and the star has decorated the space with Vogue coffee table books and candles.

Leo’s toys, including a cuddly elephant and wooden pram, can be seen in the background, as well as a ball pit.

You can also see the reality star’s dogs cuddling with Louise and Leo while the family stayed together to watch Monday’s events on TV.

Grieving: Louise also reposted a cartoon that appeared in today's Times of an elderly man watching the Queen's funeral alone in his living room next to an empty armchair

Grieving: Louise also reposted a cartoon that appeared in today’s Times of an elderly man watching the Queen’s funeral alone in his living room next to an empty armchair

Louise has had a difficult year after nearly dying during Leo’s birth and spending five weeks in the hospital with “serious complications.”

She has since battled post-traumatic stress disorder and post-natal anxiety, admitting in January that she cried up to 20 times.

The star has been honest with her fans about her daily struggles, revealing at points that the fear felt “inexplicable” but now she’s learning to “make sense of it.”

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