Louise Thompson posts another cryptic tweet about cheating but friends insist she's still with fiance Ryan Libbey

MADE In Chelsea's Louise Thompson has posted yet another cryptic tweet about cheating but her friends insist that she's still with fiance Ryan Libbey.

The reality star, 30, took to Twitter for a second time to express her thoughts on infidelity – which have kept fans guessing over the meaning behind her mysterious words.

The tweets have left fans questioning if the pair have decided to go their separate ways after four years together.

Earlier on today Louise updated her Instagram Story with the model, 30, in it as they made lunch together – further adding to the confusion on if they're still an item.

She then went on to share some deep and meaningful thoughts with her 519.7k followers about her heart being messed around with.

She wrote: "I'm proud of my heart. It's been played, stabbed, cheated, burned and broken… somehow still works."

The tweet comes just days after Louise took to her social media platform to share another vague statement referring to infidelity.

"Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they're being unfaithful," she wrote.

However, not all is as it seems as a source close to Louise told The Sun Online that the couple are still together – adding "things are really great" between them and that the tweet was actually aimed at "someone else".

Her recent posts have left fans worried about her as one replied to her latest tweet: "Hey sweet thang, never give up and stay strong. BTW, I'm great for cuddles so message me for an emergency hugs."

Another said: "No one deserves to be treated like that Louise. Sending much"

A third questioned: "Omg have you guys broken up…."

Louise rose to fame in 2011 when she joined the popular E4 show Made in Chelsea for its second series.

Her first ever storyline saw her battling for love rat Spencer Matthews' heart, while he also went after Caggie Dunlop.

She later went on to be at the centre of a love triangle between Spencer and his best pal Jamie Laing.

Then in 2014 Louise found love with Celebs Go Dating star Alik Alfus – but after two years together they decided to go their separate ways.

Soon after Louise started dating the fitness fanatic after meeting the previous year when he gave her a personal training session.

Her new beau made his debut on the show in August 2016 in the special South of France spin-off.

Then after two years together, Ryan decided to take their relationship to the next level and he popped the question on his birthday in August 2018.

Louise said she "cried for three days" after he proposed.

She told OK! magazine: "I’m still shell-shocked.

"It’s the most exciting thing that’s ever happened to me in my entire life."

The lovebirds were set to marry in London's Kew Gardens in December 2019, but Louise cancelled the ceremony as both of them needed to look at the bigger picture.

During a chat with the Mail Online in April whilst in lockdown, Louise opened up about the wedding plans and revealed that they're still "working on her relationship."

She said: "At the beginning it wasn't that easy but we've had to make a really conscious effort to make some changes.

"We are actively working on our relationship now. For the first couple of years in a relationship you're still in that love phase, there are still new things to experience. 

"We've been together for four and a half years now and you do go through phases. You have to try a bit harder and make the effort to appreciate each other.

"We are communicating more and having chats about what each other wants, so now we have set some boundaries."

She added that they're still "figuring out what it is we want."

When asked if they were going to tie the knot on the Spanish party island of Ibiza, she replied: "No… actually, we haven't, we are still sort of figuring out what it is we want to do because we're so busy with the business.

"I am someone that really wants to have the best day ever and I want to be in the right space, I am just not sure exactly what I want yet."

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