Malin Andersson has shared a heartbreaking tribute to her tragic pal Sophie Gradon , saying she’s "up there" with her late baby daughter.
The Love Island star, 25, is mourning the loss of her little girl, who died last month, and she has also remembered her late friend and co-star Sophie, who died last summer.
Malin retweeted a video of Sophie on the 2016 Love Island final and wrote: "You’re up there with my Mumma and Daughter looking down on all of us.
"Love you unconditionally."
Her tribute to Sophie came after fellow Love Island star Zara Holland retweeted the same video with a message about her tragic pal.
Zara tweeted: "Just came across this on my twitter…
"We will always remember you Sophie, your incredible, and just wish you where here.
"We all love you & miss you so so much. I think about you and your family everyday x."
Sophie was just 32 when she was found dead at her parents’ house near Newcastle on June 22, 2018.
Her body was discovered by her boyfriend Aaron Armstrong, 25, who was also found dead just days after her funeral, on July 10.
Ex-Miss Great Britain Sophie starred in the 2016 series of the ITV2 show, and coupled up with Thomas Powell before forming the show’s first same-sex pairing with Katie Salmon.
Malin lost her mum to cancer in November 2017, and last month she suffered the tragic loss of her baby girl Consy.
Consy – named after her late mum – was born seven weeks early on December 23, and was rushed to the intensive care unit at London’s Great Ormond Street hospital.
She died last month and Malin was left devastated.
In a post on Instagram , she wrote: ""Completely in love with you… and my Mum just wanted you to be with her.
"Your time wasn’t ready yet. Mummy loves you," she wrote.
"I stayed with you each day.. you opened your eyes one last time for me and I saw those beautiful big brown eyes. I’m so sorry I couldn’t do anymore. Go be with grandma Consy."
Sands (stillbirth and neonatal death charity) supports anyone affected by the death of a baby. Call their Freephone helpline on 0808 164 3332, email [email protected] or visit www.sands.org.uk .
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