Pregnant Malin Andersson shares close up photo of her ‘first stretch mark’


MALIN Andersson has showed off her ‘first’ stretch mark on her growing pregnancy belly as she fast approaches the birth of her baby.

The Love Island star, 29, is expecting a daughter and has been very honest with fans about her pregnancy journey, including now sharing a close-up view of her belly, complete with stretch marks.

Malin Andersson, 29, showed off her growing baby belly and first stretch mark

Currently 34 weeks pregnant, Malin posed in her bathroom with her top up and celebrating the stretch mark.

Wearing red and white striped pyjamas, the star rejoiced at the milestone and shared the photo to Twitter.

“My first stretch mark,” she captioned the post, alongside two love-heart face emojis.

Malin recently opened up about taking anti-depressants after experiencing suicidal thoughts during her pregnancy.

She confessed that suffering two and a half years of heartache has meant that this pregnancy has brought up “unhealed trauma”.

In 2019 Malin’s daughter Consy tragically died after being born seven weeks premature, then earlier this year she revealed she’d miscarried shortly after finding out she was pregnant.

Malin also marked reaching 34 weeks, by paying tribute to Consy.

“Hit 34 weeks today. Made it through that milestone. Rip little Consy,” she wrote on Twitter and adding a white love heart.

Confessing that the suicidal thoughts started towards the end of the second trimester of her current pregnancy, Malin said: “As you all know this pregnancy has been a tough time for me.

“It’s brought up emotions and feelings and unhealed trauma that I never knew existed within my soul and body.

“I’ve struggled immensely and started to suffer from pre-natal depression and suicidal thoughts from 2nd trimester.”

Sharing a snap of her with a tablet in her hand, Malin added: “I know that it is a huge taboo and such stigma to be on anti-depressants while being pregnant. Nobody wants to talk about it or admit if they are, and are scared to ask for help if they are struggling with their pregnancy.”

Malin admitted she felt inspired to talk about her situation after fellow Love Island alumni Dr Alex George revealed he is taking anxiety medication following the death of his brother last year.

The Love Island star is 34 weeks pregnant and expecting a daughter

She has been very open about her difficult pregnancy journey