Perrie Edwards gave fans a look at her growing bump (Picture: instagram)
Perrie Edwards has given fans an update on her growing bump as she made the most of some downtime in the sun.
The Little Mix star, 27, is currently pregnant with her first child with footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 27, with their baby due later in the year.
Perrie shared snaps of her lapping up the sunshine in her garden as she say on the grass in a grey bikini.
The singer took a smiling selfie in an outdoor mirror with her hand on her hip as well as another more playful snap of her sticking her tongue out.
She simply captioned the gorgeous photos: ‘Growingggg’, adding a sun emoji to her post.
Perrie is not the only Little Mix member currently expecting, as bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock is also having her first child with footballer fiancé Andre Gray, both 29.
The Little Mix star smiled in the sunshine (Picture: Instagram)
She made the most of the gorgeous weather (Picture: Instagram)
Perrie and Leigh-Anne discovered they were pregnant at the same time, finding out about each other’s happy news during a work Zoom call.
Perrie revealed during a TikTok interview that the pair ‘cried their eyes out’ after finding out they were both going to become mums.
Perrie and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are expecting their first child (Picture: Instagram)
Fellow bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock is also pregnant (Picture: JMEnternational for Brit Awards/Getty Images)
She explained: ‘We were on a work Zoom and we were chatting about things that were coming up in our schedule because in Little Mix we are blocked out two years in advance…
‘I was thinking, “I won’t be able to do that.” I messaged my manager and she called me and said, “You’re pregnant.”
‘Then she said: “Can I add someone to the call?” I just heard this voice that said: “Perrie! You too!” And then we just cried our eyes out. What timing!’
The group have been working as a three-piece with Jade Thirlwall after former bandmate Jesy Nelson announced she was leaving the band at the end of last year.
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