Malin Andersson shared a message about being strong after honouring her late daughter Consy’s birthday on Wednesday.
Consy tragically died following complications from being born premature and Malin, 28, shared a beautiful picture of her baby alongside her post.
Malin said she has jetted out of the UK to Dubai for the sake of her mental health due to it being such a difficult time of year for her.
Brave: Malin Andersson shared a message about being strong after honouring her late daughter Consy’s birthday on Wednesday
The former Love Island contestant shared a selection of swimwear snaps alongside a poignant message, which read: ‘And she bounces back each time. Standing tall and finding gratitude in everything she faces.
‘Everything will be ok in the end; if it’s not ok, it’s not the end…’
Malin looked incredible in a white and navy stripe swimsuit, which highlighted her sizzling curves as she basked in the sunshine on her hotel balcony.
Healthy mind: Malin said she has jetted out of the UK to Dubai for the sake of her mental health due to it being such a difficult time of year for her
She wore her raven locks sleeked back into a low ponytail and accessorised her look with a pair of gold earrings.
On Wednesday, Malin shared a heartbreaking tribute to her late daughter Consy on Instagram on her second birthday.
She wrote: ‘Happy Birthday Baby Girl ❤️Today – you would have been 2 years old. I always wonder how you would have been like.. and what you would have looked like.
‘I wonder what you would have been like, but I’ll never know’: Malin shared a painful birthday post for her late daughter Consy on her second birthday on Instagram on Wednesday
Sad: Consy tragically died following complications from being born premature and Malin, 28, shared a beautiful picture of her baby alongside her post
‘Would you have had the same crazy care-free personality as me? Would you have been obsessed with the moon and stars, and the love for cheese and olives.. and racing cars. ✨ I will never know.
‘You see the pain of losing a child never truly gets easier, you kind of learn how to deal with the ongoing pain.
‘The pain becomes part of who you are – an add on extension of your personality in a way. In the two years of losing Consy I can safely say I’ve come a long way.
Poignant: She shared this lovely words alongside her post as she remembered her baby on her special day
‘I’ve seen things in HD – pure clarity and I’ve evolved in ways I never thought were possible.’
She continued: ‘I’ve used the suffering I endured to keep me spurring on.. making sure my little girl, mum and dad would be proud of me. Although it hasn’t been an easy ride.. I still look into this picture – those deep brown eyes.
‘The day I gave birth and how sure I was that she would survive. My grieving process was made difficult because of the toxicity I was in, and I can now see why it took me a while to process her loss.
‘Life isn’t always smooth – in fact we all know it can be very far from.. but we need to do what’s best for ourselves. Our own mental health is a priority – and I will do anything now to make sure my mind is on form.
Rule breaker: On Monday, Malin, 28, broke the strict Tier 4 travel ban to jet off from London to Dubai for a holiday and flaunted her jaunt as she posted a bikini snap to Instagram
‘If you’re suffering, still in pain, grieving – start putting yourself first & begin the healing journey that you should be on.
‘Remove anyone that stands in the way of being your true authentic self & make yourself a priority. Nobody else will. Longing for you to be in my arms little one.. until we meet again. 23/12/18-22/01/19 @sandscharity .’
The past few years have been incredibly tough for Malin, and just last week her violent ex was freed from prison following an attack in which he broke her hand, leaving the Love Islander to up the security on her London home.
Tom Kemp, 28, Consy’s father, was jailed at Aylesbury Crown Court in September after admitting to actual bodily harm, which left the reality star ‘black and blue’.
The Sun reported that he has served three months of a ten month sentence and will serve the remaining seven months of his term on Home Detention Curfew.
Meanwhile, Malin broke the strict Tier 4 travel ban by flying from London to Dubai for a holiday on Monday.
She flaunted her sun-soaked getaway as she displayed her sensational curves in a yellow ruffled bikini in an post shared to Instagram, before giving her followers an insight into her poolside fun.
Fun in the sun: The Love Islander displayed her sensational curves in a yellow ruffled bikini as she relaxed at Five Jumeirah Village’s communal pool with men and women
Malin, who lives in London, documented her journey from Heathrow Airport, and the fun antics with friends which ensued once she landed in the UAE on Tuesday morning.
On December 18 – before vast swathes of England were put under Tier 4 lockdown restrictions – the Love Islander revealed plans to fly to Dubai the following week for Christmas, because ‘it’s so depressing here.’
Explaining the reason for her trip to her Instagram followers, she wrote: ‘Travelling on my own. To get away, be on my own. Fast forward Consy’s birthday, Christmas and pray for a nicer year x.’
On Tuesday, the influencer shared a photograph of herself sitting on the edge of her private pool at the Five Jumeirah Village in an eye-catching yellow bikini.
Later in the afternoon, Malin posted multiple videos and GIFs of herself relaxing at the hotel’s communal pool with men and women.
Social media star: Malin documented her journey from London’s Heathrow Airport on Monday
Up, up and away: On Sunday vast swathes of England were put under Tier 4 lockdown restrictions but that didn’t stop Malin from going ahead with her holiday plans
Travelling to Dubai from the UK: what are the rules?
- As of Sunday 20th December, if you live in a Tier 4 area, you can only travel internationally – or within the UK – where you first have a legally permitted reason to leave home
- If you live outside a Tier 4 area you may still transit into or through a Tier 4 area to travel abroad if you need to, but you should carefully consider whether you need to do so
- In addition, you should follow the public health advice in the country you’re visiting and should look at the rules in place at your destination and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) travel advice
- UK residents currently abroad do not need to return home immediately. However, you should check with your airline or travel operator on arrangements for returning
- For foreign nationals, if you are a resident in a Tier 4 area you are subject to the ‘Stay at Home’ regulations.
- You should not travel abroad unless it is permitted If you are visiting the UK and are in a Tier 4 area, you may return home
- You should check whether there are any restrictions in place at your destination
- Dubai is one of around ten countries which are now welcoming Brits without a quarantine on either side
- Visitors must be required to fill out a ‘health declaration’ form and provide valid health insurance on arrival
- Brits must present a negative PCR test result from within the past 96 hours, or take a test at the airport
In one GIF, the star could be seen with her hand placed on a man’s leg, while in another she posed with a pouting female friend.
Heathrow, the whole of London, most of Essex, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire (amongst other areas of England) went into strict Tier 4 lockdown restrictions on Sunday.
According to the government rules, in regards to international travel: ‘If you live in a Tier 4 area, you can only travel internationally – or within the UK – where you first have a legally permitted reason to leave home.’
MailOnline has contacted Malin Andersson’s representatives for comment.
Time in the sunshine: Later in the afternoon, Malin posted multiple videos and GIFs of herself relaxing at the hotel’s communal pool with men and women
Up close and personal: In one GIF, the star could be seen with her hand placed on a man’s leg
Kisses from Dubai: In another GIF, she posed with a pouting female friend