Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson deletes Remembrance Sunday tribute after being blasted for ‘disrespectful’ post
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Louise Thompson has deleted her Remembrance Day Instagram post after being slammed by fans for being "disrespectful".
The 30 year old shared an image of herself during her current holiday to the Maldives as she reflected on those who lost their lives fighting for their country.
She is currently sunning it up on the South Asian island with her fiancé Ryan Libbey after calling off their engagement and vowing to "work on her relationship" back in April.
Former Made In Chelsea star Louise was seen smiling as she stood on a sandy beach in the post, which was shared with her 1.2million followers.
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Despite looking gorgeous in a navy blue minidress and a pair of blue and white striped heels, it wasn't her appearance that got her fans talking.
Sam Thompson's sister paid tribute to fallen soldiers in the caption of the post with an excerpt from war poet Laurence Binyon's For The Fallen, but many of her followers believed the post to be "disrespectful."
The caption read: "They shall grow old, as we that are left to grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
"At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them."
Louise then added: "Thanks for sacrificing so much for our freedom."
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However, after facing a wave of criticism for the upload, Louise decided to delete the caption and replace the poem with a blue butterfly emoji.
One fan thanked her for the quick change, writing: "Glad to see you changed the caption. Completely inappropriate and disrespectful."
While a second told her of the post: "I'm a fan but not right sentiment."
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Some of the stunner's fans did, however, jump to her defence, as one commented: "I think the caption and sentiment behind it is she has the freedom to travel and live the life she wants too because of the sacrifices made by the war heroes.
"If she wants to put a pic on of her holiday then why not? It's remembrance Sunday, people can remember, reflect etc how ever they like or indeed choose not to!"
As a second added: "Well tbh at least @louise.thompson is posting something about Remembrance and acknowledging it. There are a lot of influencers her age who are not even recognising it."
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