Popular television personality Malin Andersson shared an emotional post on Instagram where she paid her late daughter Consy a sweet tribute. The post was shared on Sunday, January 16, 2022, which has now gained the attention of internet users. For those unversed, Consy, Andersson’s daughter, was just four weeks old when she died in 2019. As per reports, she was born seven weeks premature and due to the same reason, she had some complications related to her health. Despite being provided with proper treatment and care, the medical staff could not save her.
Along with Consy, Malin Andersson also paid tribute to her parents. The former star of Love Island remembered her mother Consy-Gloria who died of stomach cancer in November 2017. She was 65-year-old at the time of her death while Malin also lost her father 26 years ago as he was battling skin cancer that resulted in his unfortunate death. Sharing a heartfelt post, Malin wrote that she is staring up at the sky, having a big smile plastered on her face as she knows that she is coming soon. She further wrote that she is aware that the ones above are protecting her and her family all the way through.
Let us tell you that Malin Andersson shared the emotional post days after she posted pictures of her late daughter Consy’s third birthday celebration. At that time, the 29-year-old star had wished her daughter and had written that she would have turned three if she had not gone. She had added that much had changed in these years d that the baby had released her from toxicity. Malin continued that Consy has helped her evolve into a stronger person and gave her the tools to survive when she could not.
The emotional post continued as Malin wrote that she would not be the woman today if she did not have her and added that Consy will always remain the elder sister and wrote: “keep flying high.” The TV personality had shared a picture of her late daughter where she was seen lying in the hospital bed with tubes in her nose. Talking about Malin Andersson, she is 34 weeks pregnant now. The Love Island star shared the difficulties she faced reaching that phase and that she felt lonely. Malin also added that she got triggered when she was sent to the same hospital for a check-up where she had lost her newborn baby.