Malin Andersson parades her slender frame in mismatched lingerie as she insists women ‘don’t need validation or to impress anyone’
Malin Andersson paraded her slender frame in mismatched lingerie, in an Instagram post on Friday.
The former Love Island star, 30, has spent the last year focusing on her health and ‘internal healing’, after welcoming her daughter, Xaya, in January 2022.
Malin shared a video of herself standing in front of a full-length mirror, while wearing a lacy white bikini and a khaki green pair of knickers.
The reality star displayed her washboard abs and toned pins as she delivered an empowering speech to her followers.
And in a lengthy caption alongside, Malin insisted that women ‘don’t need validation or to impress anyone.’
Wow! Malin Andersson, 30, paraded her slender frame in mismatched lingerie, in an Instagram post on Friday
Amazing: Malin shared a video of herself standing in front of a full-length mirror, while wearing a lacy white bikini and a khaki green pair of knickers
Malin penned: ‘WHY DO WE LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND THINK OF EVERYTHING NEGATIVE STRAIGHT AWAY?
‘Something I’ve been wondering about a lot recently when I stare at Xaya and she looks in the mirror she giggles and laughs – so why is it when we’re older we pick out all our ‘flaws’ or speak to ourselves so negatively?
‘Imagine if the world portrayed a positive view on body image growing up – and all we saw were beautiful diverse images of women in magazines and in the media?
‘And diet culture wasn’t a thing, and ad’s and consumerism and all the negative conditioning around dieting didn’t appear on our screens? We wouldn’t think there’s a problem with how we look.. we would understand that WE are perfect as we are.
‘But that’s not the case sadly.. and so what we have to do is REWIRE and UNDO what people, places, media, family, ex partners whoever – have sad about us and have made us feel bad about ourselves.
‘We have to take it upon us to heal from what makes us view ourself so negatively and set OURSELVES free. Only we can do it. We don’t need anyone’s validation. We don’t need to impress anyone.
‘We need to find our inner-child and to hug her tight. Tell her she is beautiful, but most importantly tell her she’s already saved herself. Her higher-self is watching.. and it’s happened.
Positive vibes: The reality star displayed her washboard abs as she delivered an empowering speech to her followers
Unconditional love: And in a lengthy caption alongside, Malin insisted that women ‘don’t need validation or to impress anyone’
‘We have to talk ourselves into creating a new belief system of unconditional love. To us. From us. Nobody else.
‘Our aim is to correct our behaviour and attitude to ourself, so we can heal our souls and become completely authentic. Carefree and happy.
‘We are already complete. We don’t need fixing… we just need reminding. Keep reminding yourself that you are one heck of a beautiful soul. Cos you’re gonna start to believe it I promise.’