Malin Andersson shared a heartfelt tribute to her baby daughter Consy three years after her tragic death.
The former Love Island star, 29, penned an emotional post about losing her baby girl on Instagram on Saturday.
Posting some pictures of the baby as she fought for her life on the newborn intensive care unit, Malin wrote: ’22/01/19. Today – your heart stopped beating for me.
Emotional: Malin Andersson, 29, shared a heartfelt tribute to her baby daughter Consy three years after she died
‘I could feel you whisper in my ear that you wanted to live pain free, and that your end of time was near.
‘One last glance you gave me, and then you were gone.’
She added: ‘My baby was in an incubator, tubed up, a monitor screen was the only communication I could have with her to see how she was coping.
Heartfelt: The former Love Island star posted some emotional words about losing her baby girl on Instagram on Saturday
‘She wasn’t just born, then slowly drifted away. She was alive for a month fighting to live – and that’s what you don’t see.
‘This tiny human having more strength in her than me. A painful long fight to survive.
‘She was swollen from all the medication, bruised from the tubing. At one point she had to have fluid released from her body. Oxygen machines to help her breathe.
‘You see… Baby loss is also about the JOURNEY to losing. The trauma. The pain. The PTSD from pretty much living in the hospital every day, hearing the beeping sound of the heart rate monitor. From being next to them every second.
Open: In a lengthy post, Malin detailed the final moments before her baby girl’s death, and said she’s ‘celebrating the fight she had in her’
‘Looking for hope. Clinging onto the only hope you have. Wanting for an answer.
‘It lives with you forever, as well as the loss.. so today I’m celebrating the fight she had in her. The courage you don’t get to see.. her precious little soul – fighting to be free.
‘Sending love to those that have lost – I hope your healing journey to finding yourself again is imminent. I pray that you release the trauma and heavy sadness that leaves you with with an empty heart.
‘You will find life again, a way out.. and hope.
‘That love they gave you will always remain, and you’ll find more of it too. RIP baby girl.’
Malin tragically lost her first daughter Consy at four weeks old in 2019.
Tribute: On Sunday, Malin paid an emotional tribute to her late daughter Consy and her parents as she prepares to welcome a baby girl
On Sunday, Malin paid another emotional tribute to her late daughter Consy and her parents as she prepares to welcome a baby girl.
The mental health advocate took to Instagram to post a picture of herself looking up towards the sky.
Smiling as the setting sun hit her face, she referred to her late mother and father ‘protecting’ Consy ‘all the way through’.
She lost her mother, Consy-Gloria, to stomach cancer aged 65 in November 2017 and her father passed away from skin cancer 26 years ago.
Malin wrote: ‘Staring up at the sky with a huge smile on my face because I know she’s coming soon, and the ones above are protecting her all the way through.’
Loss: She lost her mother, Consy-Gloria, to stomach cancer aged 65 in November 2017 (pictured together)
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.
Malin is now awaiting the arrival of her daughter with boyfriend Jared, with the television personality glowing as she celebrated reaching ‘full term’ in her pregnancy in a uplifting post shared on social media earlier this month.
She posed in her underwear as she proudly displayed her bump and smiled widely for the camera, ahead of her baby shower.
Malin looked stunning as she went fresh faced and held up a peace sign wearing the black two piece set, with her blooming bump taking centre stage.
Alongside the sweet snap, the clearly elated star penned: ‘I MADE IT!!! I’m full term, 37 weeks.. and my baby shower is today.’
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‘I MADE IT!!!’: Malin is awaiting the arrival of her daughter with boyfriend Jared, celebrating reaching ‘full term’ in her pregnancy last week