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Love Island's Malin Andersson 'took laxatives and made herself sick' before splurging '7k on plastic surgery'

Opens up about body insecurities

Love Island's Malin Andersson has had a tough few years and has opened up about her quest to get the perfect body.

Malin, who appeared in Love Island in 2016, made the decision to take drastic measures and go under the knife after she was trolled online.

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The reality star opened up about her body insecurities with Closer.

"I would never have dreamed of getting surgery if it hadn’t been for the trolls and my insecurities," she said.

"I thought fixing the outside would fix me on the inside, too.

I thought fixing the outside would fix me on the inside, too.

"I spent so long counting calories and weighing myself, getting rid of any food I put in my body - whether it was laxatives or making myself sick. I was unhappy and constantly feeling like I wasn’t good enough."

Malin also spent 7k on a bum lift, liposuction and a boob job.

Malin has had a tough couple of years (Credit: Instagram)

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Recently, Malin opened up about the grief she felt after her newborn daughter tragically died earlier this year.

Malin's daughter Consy passed away four weeks after the reality TV star welcomed her into the world with now ex-boyfriend Tom Kemp.

Consy was born seven weeks premature after doctors detected a heart defect at 33 weeks.

Malin, who also lost her mum in 2017, said it took a few days after Consy's death for the grief to hit.

"It was a few days after she died when it sunk in and I didn't leave my bed, racking my brain to come up with reasons why I should carry on living."

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The tragic star spoke emotionally when baby Consy passed away.

"I played with her hands and feet while she was in the incubator, but I couldn’t hold her. I also got involved in nappy changes and was expressing [breast milk] so that she could have my milk.

"She was 4lb 8oz, so too small for surgery. All I could do was hope for a miracle."

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