Brit Awards 2021: Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards cradle their bumps in all white on red carpet

LITTLE Mix stars Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards looked incredible as they showed off their baby bumps on the Brit Awards red carpet this evening.

The singers – who were joined by bandmate Jade Thirlwall – opted for stunning white gowns and vampy make-up as they attended their first ceremony without Jesy Nelson.

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Looking glowing, Perrie wore a white crop top and long skirt as she cradled her bump.

Leigh-Anne looked like a very glam mummy to be as she too tenderly held her bump, while wearing a long gown. 

Little Mix have been nominated for best British Group category at the music awards – marking their first ceremony without Jesy Nelson.

The group became a trio in December  when Jesy Nelson quit the band, and they will face Young T & Bugsey, The 1975, Bicep and Biffy Clyro.

The red carpet comes just a day after Perrie, who is in a relationship with footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, announced she was pregnant.

She wrote: "So happy to be on this wild journey with my soulmate

"Me + Him = You 🌎♥️

"We can’t wait to meet you baby Ox!"

Liverpool and England midfielder Alex, 27, joked he was in need of parenting advice, writing: "Anyone got any advice on how to change nappies? 😅 so grateful and excited to become a dad ❤️ bring on the sleepless nights 🤪."

The news came just days after Perrie's bandmate Leigh-Anne confirmed she and footballer boyfriend Andre Gray are expecting.

She admitted she was relieved to finally be able to embrace her baby bump after sharing her happy news.



Speaking alongside Jade and Perrie on BBC Breakfast, she said: "It's such sensitive information and I wanted to be the one to tell the world. This felt like the right time to bring it out and say it.

"It's scary. I wanted to enjoy the moment and I was scared that it was going to come out and I wasn't going to be able to control that. You want to own it yourself. I'm happy I got to release that imagery."

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