Pregnant Malin Andersson displays her growing baby bump while on holiday in Dubai

Pregnant Malin Andersson displays her growing baby bump while on holiday in Dubai and admits she was ‘dreading’ four-year anniversary of her mother’s death from cancer

Malin Andersson has displayed her growing baby bump as she admitted she is ‘dreading’ the anniversary of her mother Consy’s tragic passing.

The former Love Island star, 29, is currently on holiday in Dubai where she shared a stunning snap of herself on the beach.

The influencer, who is expecting a little girl with boyfriend Jared, looked sensational in a white and burgundy patterned bikini as she soaked up the sun at the W Dubai – The Palm hotel.

Radiant: Malin Andersson has displayed her growing baby bump as she admitted she is ‘dreading’ the anniversary of her mother Consy’s tragic passing

Malin said she was dreading the four-year anniversary of her mother’s death from stomach cancer on Thursday as she feels she needs her now.

Sharing a childhood snap of herself alongside her mum, Malin wrote:  ‘Dreading the hours leading up to tomorrow. I’ve never needed anyone more than you right now mumma. 

‘It’s been such a tough time and I know you would have guided me through this pregnancy. The pain never gets easier. 

‘I miss you so much. I’m having a daughter but I’m needing my own mum more than ever.’ 

Candid: Malin said she was dreading the four year anniversary of her mother's death from stomach cancer on Thursday as she feels she needs her now

Candid: Malin said she was dreading the four year anniversary of her mother’s death from stomach cancer on Thursday as she feels she needs her now

Malin also shared a photo of herself alongside her mother when she was in hospital. 

She wrote: ‘This very day 4 years ago. Unrecognisable at the end, but still the same soul and bright personality. The strength never ceased to amaze me. 

‘The day you died my life changed forever. I changed forever. Hope it’s good wherever you are with Dad and baby Consy. 

‘I can feel you all with me when I’m loneliest the most. Thankyou to my sister @ems_at_27 for keeping me sane at times. Your strength is admirable too. 

‘If you’re grieving your parents I salute you. The pain is quite like no other. For sure it’s damaged my soul but strengthened it at the same time. I love you Mumma. ❤️ RIP 25/11/17’. 

Heartbreaking: Malin also shared a photo of herself alongside her mother when she was in hospital

Heartbreaking: Malin also shared a photo of herself alongside her mother when she was in hospital

She wrote: 'This very day 4 years ago. Unrecognisable at the end, but still the same soul and bright personality. The strength never ceased to amaze me'

She wrote: ‘This very day 4 years ago. Unrecognisable at the end, but still the same soul and bright personality. The strength never ceased to amaze me’

Malin’s first child, Consy, was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was being treated at Great Ormond Street hospital, but sadly passed away aged four weeks on 22 January 2019.

In previous posts Malin has revealed that she is expecting a daughter on the same date as her late daughter.

Malin opened up to her fans about trying not to compare her current pregnancy to the previous one.

Alongside a pregnancy snap from 2018 and one from this year, she wrote: ‘3 years later. A thousand different emotions created. 10 lives walked in this time.

‘Body’s changed. Weights been gained. Everyday I have to remind myself to not compare pregnancies.

Heartbreaking: Malin's first child, Consy, was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was being treated at Great Ormond Street hospital, but sadly passed away aged four weeks on 22 January 2019

Heartbreaking: Malin’s first child, Consy, was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was being treated at Great Ormond Street hospital, but sadly passed away aged four weeks on 22 January 2019 

‘How I look, whether my bump is ‘neat’ – even the most natural thing a human body can do people still force beauty standards on it.. even on my unborn child.

‘So much pressure. No care for the mind. Let’s change the narrative – let’s create a world of acceptance, not conformity.

‘All pregnancies are beautiful & are different in their own right.’

For support with bereavement, contact The Cruse Bereavement Care on 0808 808 1677​.

For support with child bereavement, contact The Lullaby Trust charity on 0808 802 6868.

'All pregnancies are beautiful': Earlier this week, she opened up to her fans about trying not to compare her current pregnancy to the previous one

‘All pregnancies are beautiful’: Earlier this week, she opened up to her fans about trying not to compare her current pregnancy to the previous one

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