Leo-Hunter, Louise Thompson’s eight-month-old son, makes the cutest sound in his first words.
On Ryan Libbey’s 32nd birthday, Louise Thompson excitedly shared the moment her infant son Leo-Hunter uttered his first words.
The 32-year-old former Made in Chelsea star posted a video of her eight-month-old son purportedly saying his first words while lying in his crib on Instagram on Saturday.
Louise, who was fortunate enough to get the image on camera, couldn’t contain her glee as she exclaimed, “You just said Dada!”
Leo, can you say Dada? she asks as she records the toddler in the video.
After mumbling something incomprehensible, baby Leo then appeared to say, “Dada.”
You just said it, Bubba, you just said Dada!” she exclaimed, ecstatic at the accomplishment.
Leo just said his first word, “Dada,” to celebrate your birthday, Louise wrote in the caption of the video she shared on her grid.
I’m taking it whether it was deliberate or not.
The same video was also posted to her stories, where she wrote: “Pretty sure my cub just said his first word.”
The delighted personal trainer commented: “His first word were DADA What a birthday gift this was.” Proud father Ryan also shared the special occasion with his followers.
It follows a slew of adorable pictures Louise shared on Thursday to honor her fiancé Ryan’s 32nd birthday.
The TV personality shared photos of the Personal Trainer’s special day on Instagram with her 1.4 million followers.
In a precious photo with their eight-month-old son Leo-Hunter, he was dressed in a matching England football uniform, and he looked just like a devoted father.
Leo’s gift to Daddy, she wrote alongside the photo.
Making the England team’s promise
Ryan was lavished with a hearty breakfast in bed and a gift earlier in the day by Louise, who also decorated the space with vibrant balloons.
On this day four years ago, Louise and Ryan got engaged while on a blissful trip to Los Angeles.
On Thursday, the celebrity shared a collection of images showing adorable interactions between Ryan and their son Leo, calling him “the best dad and partner I could ask for.”
In the lengthy caption, Louise introduced her partner as the “best egg I know” and continued, “Today I’m feeling incredibly lucky to be alive and to be by your side.
“I get to spend the day with you in person, which allows me to wax lyrical TO YOUR FACE about how amazing you are and whisper ALL the gushy words that I know you’d rather I didn’t share over the phone,”
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