Pregnant Malin Andersson asked her fans to send her good vibes after she was referred to the same hospital her baby Consy died.
The former Love Island star was sent to Great Ormond Street hospital and revealed the place 'triggered' her.
Malin's daughter Consy was born seven weeks premature and died in January 2019, a month after she was born.
"On my way to @GreatOrmondSt as been referred for a thorough check up of my girl," she tweeted.
"This place has me triggered massively.. I haven’t been since Consy died. Send me some positive thoughts and energy my way please."
Fans took to the comment section to show their support and sent her words of encouragement.
"You've got this lovely! Consy is with you every step of this journey and will protect you and your little bubba," one user tweeted. "Sending you lots of love and good vibes xx."
Another posted: " Take it easy lovely, one step at a time. Let them know how you’re feeling. It’s ok to be upset. Sending you lots of love and positive vibes. Xxx"
"Sending you all the love and light in the world, you are in the best hands, your feelings are valid my love," one said.
Malin is expecting her baby girl with partner Jared and announced the news back in August.
However, the star shared an honest post revealing that she wasn't enjoying her second pregnancy.
"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."
When Malin announced her pregnancy back in August, she admitted she "couldn't describe" how she was feeling.
"My next chapter. My new beginning. My happy ending. My entire universe. All mine," she started her post.
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"I can’t describe to you all how I feel writing this. Everything I’ve ever wanted, everything I visualised."
"My heart feels electric writing this, my eyes tearing up because I can promise you all there was once upon a time I never thought I could experience this," she continued.
"I was wrong. It just wasn’t the right time. All the pain I’ve endured has led to this very moment.. my own little family."
Malin explained how she felt like her pregnancy was "too good to be true".
"It isn't until you are amongst peace that you realise what your life used to be like," she penned.
"Sometimes my life right now feels too good to be true. I don't like delving into my past unless it's to make a point & help you all to understand transition and strength - and this time I would like to compare how different my pregnancies are."
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