Malin Andersson recently revealed she had split from boyfriend Tom Kemp, just weeks after confirming she is pregnant with his child.
And the Love Island favourite – who came to fame in series two of the ITV2 dating show – has now claimed her ex cheated on her, explaining she had received pictures proving he had been unfaithful.
Taking to Twitter, the 25-year-old told her 249k followers: Lol so just found out Ive been cheated on.
Being pregnant n cheated on. Lush
— Malin Andersson (@MissMalinSara) August 15, 2018
Being pregnant n cheated on. Lush.
Jess Impiazzi was the first to offer her support to the mum-to-be, telling her: Its horrible isnt it sending my love to you and strength!
Youre an amazing lady and Guna be an amazing mumma x.
But Malin revealed she wont be wallowing following the news, and will be living her best life.
Morning I am going to enjoy today coz I can, she added.
You tell em, hun!
She confirmed their split with a cryptic post on Instagram, telling fans exactly what she is looking for in her next relationship.
In a post shared with her 364k followers, she explained: My next relationship will be 100% healthy, by that I dont mean it will be perfect 24/7 but it will NOT be mentally draining, possessive, fear-based, manipulative, one-sided, suppressive, controlling and lack the empathetic ability to connect to one another in order for growth.
Malin has had a tough few months, following her mums death last November.
She also recently lost close friend Sophie Gradon, whom she met on the second season of Love Island back in 2016.
The mum-to-be previously opened up about her now-ex, explaining her mums death brought them together.
I am feeling quite shocked about being pregnant to be honest. It hasnt sunk in yet, she told the Sun. My mum passed away in November and within the same year I will be bringing a new life into the world.
I would like a girl. Ive got a feeling its going to be a girl as well.
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