Are Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey still engaged?

CRYPTIC tweets from Louise Thompson have people wondering whether her engagement to Ryan Libbey is off.

Louise's Tweets were about cheating and trust.

Are Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey still engaged?

Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey have been engaged for two years, though fans are now speculating their engagement might be over.

Louise found fame through Made In Chelsea, though she now focuses on her fitness career, while Ryan is also working in the fitness industry.

He hasn't posted anything on Twitter since 2019 and neither of the pair have publicly addressed the Tweets.

It's currently unknown if the couple's engagement has ended.

What were Louise's cryptic tweets?

On September 3, Louise Tweeted: "Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they're being unfaithful."

A week later she then posted: "I'm proud of my heart. It's been played, stabbed, cheated, burned and broken… somehow still works."

She had also penned this: "Trust takes years to build, seconds to break, and forever to repair."

However, on Instagram she's been posting stories including Ryan which has fans baffled.

Louise hasn't made any statements to address the questions sparked by her comments on cheating.

A source close to her told The Sun they're still together though, and apparently the Tweets were aimed at "someone else".

How long have Louise and Ryan been together?

The pair have been together for four years in total, and engaged for two.

They met when Ryan gave Louise a PT session.

In August 2018, Ryan proposed to Louise.

They were originally due to marry in December 2019 but cancelled the wedding to take more time to work on their relationship.

Despite this, they've been fairly open about their relationship on social media.

Speaking to the Mail Online in April Louise spoke about where their relationship was at.

"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."

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