Louise Thompson has insisted she will never air her wedding on 'Made in Chelsea'.
The 27-year-old reality star, who has been dating boyfriend Ryan Libbey since 2015, has admitted she thinks her and her beau will be "together forever", and though she has hinted the couple will tie the knot she vows not to do what Heidi and Spencer Pratt did and broadcast their marriage in an episode of the E4 show.
Speaking to The Sun Online about her love life, the brunette beauty said: "I think we will be together forever, I don't think we will break up. We work well together, even though we do argue.
"I'm not doing a Heidi and Spencer [Pratt] and getting married on 'The Hills.'"
However, the television personality - who previously dated Alik Alfus from the reality show, as well as co-star Jamie Laing and former colleague Spencer Pratt - has revealed she could end up eating her words as she often ends up doing the actions she has insisted she would never do.
She added: "But then again, I've said no to so many things and always ended up doing them, in fact there are so many things I said I wouldn't do and I've been completely wrong, so who knows!"
Louise recently set tongues wagging her and her personal trainer beau's relationship was on the rocks as she posted a cryptic message on Twitter.
She tweeted: "You learn more about someone at the end of a relationship than at the beginning. FACT. (sic)."
But Louise has been left feeling highly embarrassed by the post as it "bummed" Ryan, although she has insisted the message had nothing to do with her own love life.
She explained: "That wasn't actually to do with him and I feel like such an idiot, it's embarrassing!
"I basically read that quote somewhere and it made me really reflective about my past and it's true, the way someone behaves when they break up really does show a lot about their character.
"I'd been talking about the beginning of relationships on 'Made In Chelsea' as well as there are a lot of people going through break-ups, and it's true, at the beginning of a relationship is a con.
"You're making them think you're this perfect person, you're basically an actor and then the truth comes out.
"So I basically tweeted that and I didn't really think about it, I just thought it was a relatable thing.
"Then Ryan is suddenly like, 'Oh my God, everyone's asking if we're together and if we're OK.'
"But no we're fine. He got really bummed out as he thought I wanted people to think I was single.
"But we're all good."
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