Love Island's Malin Andersson announces pregnancy 1 month ago

Love Island's Malin Andersson announces pregnancy

"We’re now bringing a beautiful soul into this world."

Love Island star Malin Andersson has revealed she is pregnant in a moving post on Instagram.

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The mum-to-be said this chapter of her life is one she has always dreamed of.

"My next chapter. My new beginning. My happy ending. My entire universe. All mine. I can’t describe to you all how I feel writing this," she wrote alongside a photo of her bump.

The former reality star explained that she has everything she ever wanted in life, "A solid partner in my life, who has been there in the background - witnessed my life over the past 4 years and has stuck by me as a friend.. and now a lover. This couldn’t feel any more right - and we’re now bringing a beautiful soul into this world."

 

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The mum-to-be continued, "My heart feels electric writing this, my eyes tearing up.. because I can promise you all there was once upon a time I never thought I could experience this. I was wrong. It just wasn’t the right time. All the pain I’ve endured has led to this very moment.. my own little family."

"Mumma - I know you’re looking down with bright eyes and a big smile. Baby Consy - protect us from above." she added.

 

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Malin tragically lost her daughter Consy in January 2019. Her baby girl was born seven weeks premature and despite the doctor's best efforts, her little daughter sadly died after one month.

She recently opened up about losing her daughter on National Bereaved Parent's Day.

Alongside some sweet photos of baby Consy, Malin wrote: "I thought I would bless you with my beautiful Consy and some of her journey on this earth plane on your timeline today. Please send your prayers and love to anyone experiencing loss as it’s the most difficult thing I’ve endured."

"I’m keeping Consy’s memory alive by normalising the conversation that children DO die and it is OK to talk about it," she added.