Malin Andersson will lay her baby Consy-Gloria to rest today

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  • Malin Andersson has confirmed that she will lay her daughter Consy-Gloria to rest today (6 February).

    Writing on Twitter the Love Island star heartbreakingly wrote last night: ‘So tomorrow’s the day I bury my daughter and lay her to rest free from pain. I love you unconditionally baby girl.’

    She added: ‘None of this makes sense. CONSY-GLORIA 💔🙏🏽’.

    With over 420,000 followers on Instagram, the mum-to-be had been documenting her pregnancy with regular posts and kept the updates going when Consy was born seven weeks early.

    Unfortunately, the staff at Great Ormand Street Hospital were unable to save Malin’s daughter’s life.

    Malin broke the devastating news that her four-week-old daughter, named after her late mother, had died two weeks ago on Instagram.

    In the weeks running up to Consy’s death Malin described it as the hardest thing she had ever gone through.

    Malin’s followers and friends have been sending their heartfelt messages to the star during this difficult time.

    Fellow reality star Nadia Essex wrote: ‘Sending you the most amount of love, prayers, strength and kindness. I will hold you and her In My thoughts tomorrow 💗’.

    A fan wrote: ‘This breaks my heart!! I have soo much love and respect for you Malin!! I pray your baby girl gets the beautiful send off she truly deserves! I’ll be thinking about you tomorrow❤️’.

    Another said: ‘There are no words for times like these…. absolutely heartbreaking and I’m so, so sorry you’re going through this. Sending much love, prayers and condolences to you. May your beautiful Daughter Consy rest in peace XxxX’.

    If you’ve been affected by the contents of this story and would like more support and advice on how to cope with the loss of a premature baby, Bliss is a charity that can help.

    They have content on how to say goodbye to your baby and deal with the process of bereavement.

    Our thoughts are with Malin at this difficult time.