Malin Andersson admits she’ll be ‘glad’ when her pregnancy is over

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Malin Andersson has admitted she is looking forward to her pregnancy to be over as she is "not enjoying it."

The 28 year old is currently pregnant with her second daughter, following the tragic death of first child Consy four weeks after her birth in January 2019.

Ever honest, former Love Island star Malin has now opened up to her fans about wanting her pregnancy to be over as her due date grows closer.

Taking to Twitter, she wrote to her 288,000 followers: "When this pregnancy is over I'll honestly be glad. Sounds so strange of me to say but I'm not enjoying it..

"Some would say you should be happy but that isn’t realistic.."

Fans rushed to sympathise with the reality star, with one writing: "I didn't enjoy pregnancy! I was poorly and couldn't keep food down for the whole 9 months."

A second said: "I hated being pregnant, both times. Suffered with hyperemesis, it was awful. In fact, if I’m being honest, my first thought as soon as I’d given birth was 'thank God I’m not pregnant anymore'. It was so worth it though to have my amazing children."

With a third commenting: "I'm pregnant atm with my first and it is the worst experience of my life.

"I feel guilty for complaining but not everyone has good pregnancies at all! I'm only a couple of weeks behind you."

A final fan wrote: "I didn't enjoy pregnancy one bit. Uncomfortable, painful and too many side effects to list. Obviously it was so worth it, but I never felt any need to do it again!"

Malin has struggled with her pregnancy, previously opening up about suffering with prenatal depression.

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She told her 738,000 Instagram followers in an honest video earlier this month: "As you guys know, I have gone through a traumatic experience myself with my last pregnancy, and so when I came into this pregnancy with my new little girl, I didn't know what to expect.

"I've struggled with a lot of PTSD and uncovered trauma which I left behind with little Consy.

"These feelings are something that I never expected and I didn't really see anything online, on social media, I didn't have anything to relate to when it came to prenatal depression."

Days later, she revealed she had suffered a bleed but insisted both her and her baby were fine.

She told her followers: "Me and baby are absolutely fine but had a little scare as I was bleeding yesterday and I didn't have much movement.

"But after being checked out all is okay. 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."

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