Pregnant Malin Andersson says she was ‘frightened’ after suffering haemorrhage but tells fans ‘everything is fine’

Malin Andersson took to Instagram on Sunday to update fans about a pregnancy anxiety.

The 28-year-old, who is expecting a little girl with boyfriend Jared, reassured fans that everything was fine after bleeding and lack of exercise.

“Sorry I haven’t posted all weekend!” she started her Instagram story written, ‘me and the baby are fine, but I was a little scared because yesterday I was bleeding and I wasn’t moving much.’

'Pregnancy after loss is so hard': Malin Andersson said she was 'scared' after bleeding and lack of exercise - but assured fans 'all fine' after check

‘Pregnancy after loss is so hard’: Malin Andersson said she was ‘scared’ after bleeding and lack of exercise – but assured fans ‘all fine’ after check

She continued, “But after checking out, everything is fine.”

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

The former Love Island star described the post-loss pregnancy as “so difficult” in an otherwise honest story.

Expecting: 28-year-old is expecting a little girl with boyfriend Jared

Expecting: 28-year-old is expecting a little girl with boyfriend Jared

Expecting: 28-year-old is expecting a little girl with boyfriend Jared

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

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

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

Honest: The former Love Island star described the post-loss pregnancy as 'so difficult' in an otherwise honest story

Honest: The former Love Island star described the post-loss pregnancy as 'so difficult' in an otherwise honest story

Honest: The former Love Island star described the post-loss pregnancy as ‘so difficult’ in an otherwise honest story

‘I changed my mind. New. This is absolutely not happening. Not this time. Angels have got us for sure.

“Pregnancy after loss is so difficult. I’m not going to lie to you,’ she admitted.

Earlier this month, Malin hosted a gender reveal party for 80 friends at her home in Cambridgeshire, during which a plane released pink smoke flying over to reveal she was carrying a girl.

Malin told OKAY! ‘From the start I knew it was a girl, I had a gut feeling. So I was super happy. I just thought it made sense.’

Exciting: Earlier this month, Malin hosted a gender reveal party for 80 friends at her Cambridgeshire home, during which a plane released pink smoke flying over to reveal she was carrying a girl

‘Even though I knew what the gender was, because I went to the scan myself, when I saw the smoke, a lot of emotions were released.

‘I got really emotional about it. It confirmed it was real, in a weird way. It was like a little miracle and a blessing.

“To make it even more special, my new baby shares the same due date as my daughter Consy.”

Verdict: Malin previously revealed she was afraid to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won't make it after tragically losing Consy

Verdict: Malin previously revealed she was afraid to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won't make it after tragically losing Consy

Verdict: Malin previously revealed she was afraid to announce her pregnancy and sometimes fears her baby won’t make it after tragically losing Consy

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

She said she entered therapy to deal with “unresolved feelings” surrounding her daughter’s death.

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 it feels so familiar to feel a new person growing inside me again. It scares me.

Relationship: Malin said she entered therapy to deal with 'unresolved feelings' surrounding her daughter's passing (pictured with Jared)

Relationship: Malin said she entered therapy to deal with 'unresolved feelings' surrounding her daughter's passing (pictured with Jared)

Relationship: Malin said she entered therapy to deal with ‘unresolved feelings’ surrounding her daughter’s passing (pictured with Jared)

“So I’m here to welcome you on my journey with my rainbow baby. I know sharing how I feel resonates.. and I want those who are struggling to conceive, or have lost a baby and are trying to conceive their rainbow baby or feel like their happy ending isn’t over yet come – to see a clearer picture looking through my life.

‘And that we really have to rely on timing in everything. I haven’t talked to you much about how I was feeling…to be honest it’s been a really weird journey so far. I was hesitant to even reveal my pregnancy.

“I have this inner pain, this pain and this voice in my head telling 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 every day with not much to say. Just hope in her heart that the baby makes it one more time.”

Malin added that she values ​​every minute of life and hopes for the best, adding that Consy is “integrated” into her.

She said, ‘Look, the reality is we never really know what life can bring us – we have to stay present and aware… appreciate every minute of it. Sure, I hope for the best, but I can’t help but feel some past trauma creeping up on me. She is integrated into me.

Reflective: Malin added that she values ​​every minute of life and hopes for the best, adding that Consy is 'integrated' into her

Reflective: Malin added that she values ​​every minute of life and hopes for the best, adding that Consy is 'integrated' into her

Reflective: Malin added that she values ​​every minute of life and hopes for the best, adding that Consy is ‘integrated’ into her

‘Consy lives through me every day. I see her brown eyes open one last time… and it gives me fear… fear of the unknown. So what should I do? I’ve been in therapy; stay consistent.

“This has brought up a lot of unresolved feelings and pain that I seemed to have blocked.. don’t get me wrong, I have the most love and joy in my heart – but like I said… I’m only people.”

The reality star added that she gets ‘goosebumps’ when she thinks of welcoming her child.

She wrote: ‘We tend to always think the worst. When I realize what’s growing inside me, I get goosebumps, I have to have a double take. Isn’t it sad that sometimes things seem too good to be true? Well, maybe, just maybe they aren’t.

“I keep telling myself this is my time.. And damn – it is. Believe in your time. I’m here to tell you that your end is just your beginning. mom.’

The future: Malin and Jared's baby is due on the same date as her late daughter Consy

The future: Malin and Jared's baby is due on the same date as her late daughter Consy

The future: Malin and Jared’s baby is due on the same date as her late daughter Consy

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