She is known for promoting body positivity on social media.
And Malin Andersson looked sensational as she put on a busty display in a red tartan bra for her latest hot post shared on Instagram on Saturday.
The Love Island star, 26, flaunted her ample cleavage in the party underwear and kissed her sensational curves while smiling for the camera.
Are you feeling festive? Malin Andersson looked sensational as she put on a busty display in a tartan bra for her latest scorching post shared on Instagram on Saturday
Malin exuded confidence as he pinched his waist in the glamorous snap and posed a storm.
She showcased her curves in a matching tartan underwear set from Boohoo, with a cheeky edging saying ‘mean or nice’ around the high waist bottom.
The brunette beauty wore her long, perfectly styled locks into curls and complemented her ensemble with a pop of blush and pink lipstick.
In the caption of his sultry post, Malin encouraged his fans to ‘smile’ and kiss their bodies, writing: ‘Smile because you are shameless YOU!
Body confidence: The Love Island star, 26, also shared a photo of another Christmas thong as she showed off her caesarean scar
On Friday, Malin shared another photo of herself wearing Christmas lingerie as she showed off a red thong that had ‘kissed me under the mistletoe’ along the waist.
Malin’s hands could be seen in the photo as well as his caesarean scar from the birth of his late daughter Consy.
Consy, who was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and died when she was one month old.
The star also beamed with confidence in her body and showed off her scar in a Halloween-themed snap of her wearing a black lace lingerie one-piece.
Confidence: Malin recently beamed with body positivity as he celebrated his Caesarean scar in a one-piece of black lace lingerie while staying at Clarence House in Berkshire
While at Clarence House in Berkshire, Malin flaunted her toned pins with a pair of strappy black heels as she continued her crusade for body positivity.
Along with the snap, she wrote: ‘HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Obviously I’m dressed as an angel, but how cute my cesarean scar is please. He travels everywhere with me.
In addition to promoting her body confidence, Malin often spoke candidly with her fans about how she felt.
As the second nationwide lockdown began, Malin revealed that it made him feel “ the loneliness that I felt before I started over. ”
The reality TV star said she had ‘cried a little bit because of the emotions before the lockdown’ as she said winter was especially difficult for her with the anniversary of her mother’s death and the birth of his late daughter Consy.
Tragic: Daughter Consy was born seven weeks prematurely in December 2018 and was treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, but sadly passed away on January 22, 2019
In a long post, Malin wrote: ‘Just got home from such a busy day. I love to keep busy, it keeps my mind busy which means I don’t tend to think about trauma.
“But on my way home after shooting for my podcast today, I was looking out the window, looking up into the night sky .. I saw the most beautiful stars. Almost like my family said ‘hang on tight’.
“ It dawned on me that we were about to enter another lockdown. To me that means the loneliness I felt before, once again.
“I know deep down that I’m a strong girl, and I’ve come a long way… but there’s definitely something different this time about having to do the lockdown during the winter near Christmas.”
Stay strong: she said: ‘I know deep down inside that I’m a strong girl, and I’ve come a long way … but there’s definitely something different this time around having to do the lockdown for Winter ”
“ This month marks the anniversary of my mother’s death and the birth of my daughter in December. It was then Christmas… where I would usually go to America to spend it with my family of brothers.
“Then comes the month of January and it’s the anniversary of my daughters’ deaths. It actually sounds like a joke when I write it … but it isn’t. This is my reality.
Malin’s daughter, Consy, was treated in intensive care at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, but sadly passed away four weeks old in January 2019.
She continued, “I walked into my house, put on my nightie and cried a bit… I felt the ‘pre-lock emotions’ and built up my inner strength to focus on all of them. the positive aspects.
“You see – even I, Malin … I can also feel the lower bass while being totally ‘awake’ at the same time.
Malin went on to say that she will look at the positives and how that gives her the strength to share her story with her followers.
Difficult: This comes after Malin revealed that the second nationwide lockdown made him feel ‘the loneliness I felt before I started over’