Love Island's Malin Andersson is hoping to receive the results of her daughter's post-mortem today.
The grieving reality star, whose daughter Consy passed away at just four weeks old in January this year, shared the news with her Instagram followers.
Malin, 26, wrote that she hopes the results "will help future research" and provide answers at her daughter's tragic death.
Consy, named after Malin's mother who died in 2017 after battling breast cancer for a third time, was born seven weeks prematurely on December 23, and was put on an incubator before she died four weeks later.
Malin wrote in the post yesterday: "Post mortem results tomorrow. Hopefully this will help future research and also give me some answers.
"Gonna go sleep… meditate relax calm ma self a bit and mentally prepare for tomorrow. Thanks for all you lovely sweet msgs xx[sic]"
The reality star has been sharing her experience of grief through her social media, encouraging others to open up about their own mental health.
Malin also wrote on her stories about going to therapy and how it should be more accessible to everyone, as well as teasing an app that she has developed.
It was revealed earlier this month that Malin had split from her boyfriend Tom Kemp, however they were spotted on a date night in Manchester earlier this week.
Malin had opened up about things being "strained' between the pair since the passing of their daughter Consy.
But it appears the pair have reunited after enjoying a date at Menagerie restaurant in the northern city.
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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