Jade Thirlwall reveals Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock are 'raring to get back to work'

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    Jade Thirlwall has discussed bandmates Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock becoming mothers and the future of Little Mix in a candid new interview.

    The songstress, 28, said her bandmates were ‘raring to get back to work’ three months after welcoming their babies.

    Leigh-Anne, 30, welcomed twins with fiance Andre Grey while Perrie, 28, gave birth to son Axel in August with boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

    Iconic: Jade Thirlwall has discussed bandmates Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock becoming mothers and the future of Little Mix in a candid new interview (pictured in May)

    Iconic: Jade Thirlwall has discussed bandmates Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock becoming mothers and the future of Little Mix in a candid new interview (pictured in May)

    Jade told Apple Music’s Rebecca Judd: ‘No, they’re good, they’re good. They’re actually raring to get back as well to be honest, we message every day, call each other just about every day. 

    ‘And I think they’re getting major FOMO seeing me out and about doing bits. Yeah. 

    ‘I mean, now was a good time I think for the girls to settle down, have their babies and stuff. I think in lockdown, everyone had a bit of a perspective shift, didn’t they? Of when was the right time to do what they truly wanted. But that doesn’t mean they can’t still slay.’

    Reflecting on the future of the band as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Jade said she believed the Black Magic hitmakers would ‘still be around’ – after quashing incessant split rumours in the wake of Jesy Nelson’s departure.

    Here to stay: Reflecting on the future of the band as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Jade said she believed the Black Magic hitmakers would 'still be around'

    Here to stay: Reflecting on the future of the band as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Jade said she believed the Black Magic hitmakers would ‘still be around’

    She said: ’10 years time. I don’t know. Well, obviously, I think that Little Mix will still be around. We’re always going to have each other. I think when you’ve got that sort of bond… 

    ‘I’ve spent my whole adult life with the girls and that’ll probably never, ever change, no matter what happens. Until now and then, maybe I’d like to see more girl bands come through and I’d like to help with that as well. 

    ‘So yeah, hopefully in 10 years time, there’ll be another big Little Mix to share the spotlight with. Maybe I’ll settle down. I haven’t got any intentions here. I like traveling around too much. 

    ‘Yeah, I had a couple of weeks off actually. Me and my boyfriend just got a dog and he lives in Margate and I was there and I was like, “I do get it.” I do love that more simple, lovely life. 

    New parents: Perrie and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain welcomed their first child, Axel, back in August

    New parents: Perrie and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain welcomed their first child, Axel, back in August

    ‘You get up every day, you walk the dogs, and you go out to the beach. And I love that, but I’m definitely not ready to give it all up anytime soon. ;

    The group, who have recently released new album Between Us, are now gearing up to go back on tour next year.       

    Jade said: ‘It’s been two years now since we’ve done a big show. So I think I’ll be a bit nervous and I haven’t really let myself go, but I’ll always joke to Jordan [Stephens], he met me after lockdown and I don’t really exercise. 

    ‘I eat what I want. It’s all very that, and he’s super healthy and I’m like, “You don’t know what I used to be like. I was very fit and healthy,” and he’s like, “All right.” 

    ‘And now I feel like I’ve put pressure on myself when I do start this tour to prove a point to Jordan that I actually am capable of lasting out an hour and a half sure and not passing out.’

    Mum: Leigh-Anne welcomed twins in August with fiance Andre Gray

    Mum: Leigh-Anne welcomed twins in August with fiance Andre Gray

    As they were: Little Mix shot to fame in 2011 and became the world's most successful girlband (pictured 2019 with former member Jesy Nelson)

    As they were: Little Mix shot to fame in 2011 and became the world’s most successful girlband (pictured 2019 with former member Jesy Nelson)

    The interview comes as Little Mix revealed they underwent therapy as a trio in the wake of former band member Jesy’s exit in December.

    In a new interview, the X Factor winners opened up about getting treatment together, with new mum Perrie admitted they ‘really needed it’.

    Speaking to Buzzfeed about their new album Between Us, the girls also detailed how their therapy sessions were the inspiration behind the song Cut You Off, which is about letting go of toxic people in one’s life.  

    During the chat, Little Mix explained some the meanings of some of the newer songs on the anniversary album, which is a celebration of their 10 years together as a group.

    'We really needed it': Little Mix recently revealed they underwent therapy as a trio in the wake of former band member Jesy Nelson's exit in December

    ‘We really needed it’: Little Mix recently revealed they underwent therapy as a trio in the wake of former band member Jesy Nelson’s exit in December

    And as she detailed the thought process behind Cut You Off, Perrie told how the song spanned from the three embarking on therapy sessions which came after a tough year amid the coronavirus pandemic and Jesy sensationally quitting the group.  

     She explained: ‘Cut You Off is about someone who’s really toxic in your life and you don’t want anymore. We actually went to therapy as a group, which we think is really, really helpful. We got told to envision the people that are negative in our lives and the people who don’t make us feel very good about ourselves.  

    ‘And we imagined big scissors to cut people off — and then Jade came up with the concept to make it into a song, which I thought was really freaking cool.’

    The new mum added that the three of them ‘really needed’ their therapy, having had both individual and group sessions, adding that it was ‘amazing’ that they could all be there for one another and ‘cry together’.  

    Gone: Jesy sensationally quit the group at the end of last year to focus on her mental health. She has since gone on to launch a solo career

    Gone: Jesy sensationally quit the group at the end of last year to focus on her mental health. She has since gone on to launch a solo career

    Elsewhere, the Sweet Melody hitmakers detailed the biggest things they’d learned from their decade together, with Jade discussing the strong bond they have amid the ‘fickle’ music industry.   

    ‘And we imagined big scissors to cut people off — and then Jade came up with the concept to make it into a song, which I thought was really freaking cool.’

    The new mum added that the three of them ‘really needed’ their therapy, having had both individual and group sessions, adding that it was ‘amazing’ that they could all be there for one another and ‘cry together’.  

    Elsewhere, the Sweet Melody hitmakers detailed the biggest things they’d learned from their decade together, with Jade discussing the strong bond they have amid the ‘fickle’ music industry.   

    While Perrie shared that having a child put things into ‘perspective’, sharing that she now ‘listens to music differently’. 

    She added that she ‘can’t wait’ to get back on tour, noting that she misses performing ‘so much’.

    It comes after Jade revealed her hopes for Little Mix to still be together for at least two more decades, as she quashed the incessant split speculation.

    There have been rumours swirling that the group are planning to split amid the fall-out of Jesy Nelson’s departure.

    But Jade reassured fans of the band’s future by expressing her desire for the band’s 30th anniversary to be celebrated with a documentary.

    Jade told Daily Star: ‘(In another 10 years) I’d like to think we’ll still be going then. We’d be doing another tour, another gig with more music.

    ‘I’d love in 20 years’ time that there was a fabulous documentary about how amazing we are.’ 

    Future plans: Jade recently revealed her hopes for Little Mix to still be together for at least two more decades, as she quashed the incessant split speculation

    Future plans: Jade recently revealed her hopes for Little Mix to still be together for at least two more decades, as she quashed the incessant split speculation

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