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Little Mix’s pregnant stars Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards show their bumps

Little Mix’s pregnant stars Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards show their bumps in a bejewelled bodysuits and wings as they join Jade Thirlwall to promote their new single

Little Mix fans where left shocked when they announced that two of the three remaining bandmates are pregnant. 

Yet Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards proved they have no intention of letting their expectant state slow them down as they joined Jade Thirlwall in a striking promotional shot for their upcoming single, Heartbreak Anthem. 

The trio looked sensational as they dressed as glittering angels while announcing their collaboration with David Guetta and Galantis – and their first single without Jesy Nelson – will be released on Thursday. 

Wow: Perrie Edwards (L) and Leigh-Anne Pinnock (R) proved they have no intention of letting preganncy slow them down as they joined Jade Thirlwall in a striking promotional shot

Leigh-Anne, 29, looked phenomenal in a glittering silver bodysuit that highlighted her growing bump and featured delicate tassel detailing on the hips. 

She donned a black wig styled in retro waves and giant feathered wings while posing barefoot. 

She looked positively stunning and radiated a healthy pregnant glow after announcing she was expecting her first child with footballer fiancé Andre Gray earlier this month. 

Yummy mummy-to-be: Leigh-Anne, 29, looked phenomenal in a glittering silver bodysuit that highlighted her growing bump and featured delicate tassel detailing on the hips

Yummy mummy-to-be: Leigh-Anne, 29, looked phenomenal in a glittering silver bodysuit that highlighted her growing bump and featured delicate tassel detailing on the hips

Perrie, 27, also looked incredible as she draped her bump in a silver flapper style one piece with intricate beading and donned a white wig. 

The blonde bombshell announced she was expecting a baby with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain earlier this month, just a week after Leigh-Anne’s pregnancy news.

Taking her place in the centre of the group, Jade, 28, stood out with a striking auburn wig and a glittering gold bodysuit layered over a cream blouse. 

Bumpalicious: Perrie, 27, also looked incredible as she draped her bump in a silver flapper style one piece with intricate beading and donned a white wig

Bumpalicious: Perrie, 27, also looked incredible as she draped her bump in a silver flapper style one piece with intricate beading and donned a white wig

Last week, the trio sent their fans wild with a cryptic ‘hello, it’s me your ex’ countdown to mark their new single.  

It is the first song the group recorded after Jesy left the band in December, but it was leaked online, leading the group to launch an investigation.

The girlband’s management were said to have begun a probe into the leak after their first single as a three-piece appeared online.

Working it: Taking her place in the centre of the group, Jade, 28, stood out with a striking auburn wig and a glittering gold bodysuit layered over a cream blouse

Working it: Taking her place in the centre of the group, Jade, 28, stood out with a striking auburn wig and a glittering gold bodysuit layered over a cream blouse

The band have continued to go from strength to strength, making £8 million – or £200,000-a-night – from tour dates they managed to complete before the Covid pandemic, figures revealed.  

Perrie, Jade, Leigh-Anne and Jesy were already said to be worth £50million, and the latest earnings mean their fortune grew by nearly 20% to almost £60million.

Jesy, 29, quit the band in December after ‘constant pressure’ had ‘taken a toll on her mental health’, and remains a director and shareholder in their company.

Out the band: Little Mix announced their first single without Jesy Nelson (pictured) will be released on Thursday after Jesy left the band in December citing mental health reasons

Out the band: Little Mix announced their first single without Jesy Nelson (pictured) will be released on Thursday after Jesy left the band in December citing mental health reasons 

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