Singer Perrie Edwards posed next to a bronze cast of her body eight months into her pregnancy, with eight months now having passed since she gave birth to baby son Axel
Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards showed off her amazing baby body transformation after standing next to a bronze cast taken when she was eight months pregnant.
Proudly holding her son Axel, who is now eight months old, she captioned the post on her Instagram Story: “Eight months versus eight months” before adding a heart-eye emoji.
Perrie, whose partner – and Axel’s father – is Liverpool footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, had her blonde hair in a ponytail, as she donned a gray hoodie with leggings and Croc tie sandals -dye.
The tasteful bronze cast, meanwhile, showed her heavily pregnant body cradled by her hands with swathes of cloth used to cover her modesty.
Perrie regularly shows off Axel to her Instagram followers and the pair were pictured last week wearing matching Little Mix products as he watched her perform with her bandmates for the first time.
She posted a video of Axel clapping to the music during the show wearing a pair of earmuffs.
Sharing the video online, Perrie added the caption, “We wore matching Little Mix tracksuits but in real baby style he fucks all over the place but here we are! Watching his very first show.”
Band member Jade Thirlwall was one of the first to comment on the show’s footage, simply posting, “Too MUCH HHHHH.”
Fans, meanwhile, were also gushing with one saying, “That’s the cutest thing ever,” while another added, “His little applause, omg he’s so proud of his mum .”
The Confetti tour will be Little Mix’s last as a live act before going on hiatus and they will play in Birmingham tonight, followed by further dates in Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Cardiff, Manchester, Nottingham and London.
The band’s final gig is due to take place at The O2 on May 14.
Perrie and Jade are joined by Leigh-Anne Pinnock onstage along with fellow original band member Jesy Nelson who left the band in December 2020 citing mental health issues only to launch a solo career a few months later.
She had said that anxiety, depression and vicious online bullying over her appearance caused her to quit Little Mix.
But rumors of a feud between the remaining band members and Jesy were fueled at the first show of the new tour in Belfast when Leigh-Anne changed the words in Gloves Up from “legend of the four divas” to “legend of the three divas”.
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