Libtorch module as C++ class member

I want to load libtorch module once and then use it on several times when a class method is called.
I tried to do it this way:

class myClass {
      void process();
      bool module_loaded = false;
      torch::jit::script::Module module;

void myClass::process() {
        if (!module_loaded) {
            module = torch::jit::load("");
            module_loaded = true;
        // .....
        auto outputs = module.forward(inputs).toTensor();
        // .....

This cause a crash on class destruction, and in any case copying of torch::jit::script::Module does not seem right, as it has TH_DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN in the code.
Is there a better way to use torch::jit::script::Module so that it’s not loaded every time, for several consecutive calls?

Try loading the model in the class constructor instead of using a boolean flag like that, Its working for me. I am also making the module a private class member.