Malin Andersson flaunts her bottom in a scanty thong in latest sexy snap as she continues to relax at a spa retreat
She is a leading advocate for body confidence.
And Malin Andersson continued her crusade on Tuesday as she shared a scantily-clad snap while relaxing at a meditation retreat.
The Love Island star, 26, was showing off her figure in the khaki lingerie during her relaxing stay at Manor Farm Spa in Yorkshire – a girls’ trip which came after the star revealed she’d lost one stone in recent weeks.
Wow! Malin Andersson continued her crusade on Tuesday as she shared a scantily-clad snap while relaxing at a meditation retreat
Malin was putting on a bold display in the lingerie, which showcased her whole frame. She added a caption reading: ‘Looking for a f*ck to give.’
Before heading on her mini-break, she recently told how she believes the physical abuse her ex-boyfriend Tom Kemp subjected her to while she was pregnant was a factor behind her daughter’s death at just one month old.
The reality star, who gave birth to daughter Consy in December 2018, revealed Kemp ‘slapped and punched’ her while she was six months pregnant, causing her to fall on her back and her stomach to hit the side of a bed.
Speaking to The Sun, Malin said she is convinced the incident contributed to Consy’s death as after a few days, she noticed she wasn’t moving around as much.
Strutting her stuff: She is a leading advocate for body confidence
A month later, the movements reduced again and Malin insisted Kemp drive her to the hospital where doctors discovered Consy’s irregular heartbeat, leading her to have an emergency cesarean that day at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
She said: ‘When Tom threw me about, I’d tense my stomach so much, I could feel her pausing inside me. The doctors didn’t understand what happened to her, but I know in my heart.’
Malin said Kemp abused her physically and mentally throughout their relationship and she feared for her baby’s safety every day of her pregnancy.
Tragic: Her daughter Consy was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was treated at London’s Great Ormond Street hospital, but sadly passed away on 22 January 2019
She added: ‘The emotional abuse was always worse. It would be: “Urgh, you’re so fat… oh no, you’re beautiful, I’m joking.” He’d call me a s**g, a fat b****h and a whore and he’d spit at me and spray deodorant at me.’
Malin tried to break up with Kemp after Consy’s death but said she ended up going back to him out of grief.
If you have been affected by this story, you can call the National Domestic Abuse helpline on 0808 2000 247 or The Lullaby Trust on 0808 802 6868.
Horrifying: Malin said Kemp abused her physically and mentally throughout their relationship and she feared for her baby’s safety every day of her pregnancy (pictured together in February 2019)