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Pregnant Malin Andersson dresses her baby bump in a pale grey jumper and padded black bodywarmer

She recently dressed to impress for a glamorous night out to celebrate her 29th birthday.

And Malin Andersson opted for a somewhat more casual ensemble on Thursday as she dressed her growing baby bump in a longline padded bodywarmer and a grey jumper during a low-key outing in London.

She is expecting her second baby with her boyfriend Jared after her first child, Consy, tragically passed away at four weeks old in 2019.

Casual: Malin Andersson dressed her growing baby bump in a longline padded bodywarmer and a grey jumper during a low-key outing in London on Thursday

The former Love Island star teamed her outfit with form-fitting black leggings and black lace-up boots, while storing her essentials in a brown Gucci rucksack. 

Malin kept her look simple, sweeping her raven locks into a ponytail, while going make-up free for the outing.  

The TV star looked in good spirits as she was seen popping into Superdrug before heading to an appointment.  

In August, Malin took to Instagram to update fans about a pregnancy scare.

Low-key look: The former Love Island star teamed her outfit with form-fitting black leggings and black lace-up boots, while storing her essentials in a brown Gucci rucksack

Low-key look: The former Love Island star teamed her outfit with form-fitting black leggings and black lace-up boots, while storing her essentials in a brown Gucci rucksack

The star reassured fans that everything was okay after suffering bleeding and lack of movement. 

Sorry I haven’t posted all weekend!’ she began her penned Instagram story, ‘me and baby are absolutely fine but had a little scare as I was bleeding yesterday and I didn’t have much movement.’

She continued: ‘But after being checked out all is ok.’  

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.

‘Pregnancy after loss is so difficult’: In August, Malin took to Instagram to update fans about a pregnancy scare

‘Pregnancy after loss is so difficult’: In August, Malin took to Instagram to update fans about a pregnancy scare

Tragic: 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

Tragic: 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

The former Love Island star described pregnancy after loss as ‘so difficult’ in a further honest story.

She said: ‘I thought to myself. Nope. This is definitely not happening. Not this time. Angels have got us for sure.  

‘Pregnancy after loss is so difficult. Not gonna lie to you all,’ she admitted.

Malin previously revealed she was scared to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won’t make it after she tragically lost Consy.

Honest: The former Love Island star described pregnancy after loss as 'so difficult' in a further honest story

Honest: The former Love Island star described pregnancy after loss as ‘so difficult’ in a further honest story

Speaking out: Malin previously revealed she was scared to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won't make it after she tragically lost Consy

Speaking out: Malin previously revealed she was scared to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won’t make it after she tragically lost Consy

She said she has been going to therapy to deal with ‘unresolved feelings’ around her daughter’s passing.  

The star wrote: ‘Hey. It feels like I’ve been here with you before. I have. I’ll be honest, 3 years ago feels like a blur to me.. but feeling a new human growing inside me again feels so familiar. It scares me.

‘So I’m here to welcome you on my journey with my rainbow baby. I know that sharing how I feel resonates..

‘I want those that are struggling to conceive, or have lost a baby and are trying, pregnant with their rainbow baby or feel like their happy ending hasn’t come yet – to see a clearer view through my life.

Relationship: Malin said she has been going to therapy to deal with 'unresolved feelings' around her daughter's passing (pictured with Jared)

Relationship: Malin said she has been going to therapy to deal with ‘unresolved feelings’ around her daughter’s passing (pictured with Jared)

‘And that actually we must trust the timing in everything. I haven’t spoken to you much yet on how I’ve felt.. to be honest it’s been a very weird journey so far. I was hesitant to even reveal my pregnancy.  

‘I have this inner hurt, this pain & that voice in my head that tells me this isn’t real.. that my child won’t survive – that something bad will happen. I’ve been very quiet.

‘Malin quiet? That’s strange – the queen of positive thinking.. waking up each day with not much to say. Just hope in her heart that baby will make it another day..’

Malin added that she appreciates every minute of life and is hoping for the best, adding that Consy is ‘integrated’ in her.

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Reflecting: Malin added that she appreciates every minute of life and is hoping for the best, adding that Consy is 'integrated' in her

Reflecting: Malin added that she appreciates every minute of life and is hoping for the best, adding that Consy is ‘integrated’ in her


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