Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock reveal baby bumps in new music video

‘It’s the way them being pregnant wasn’t a setback it just made the video better #KissMyUhOh,’ tweets fan

Olivia Petter
Friday 30 July 2021 09:37
Little Mix on wedding

Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have been pictured with their baby bumps on the set of their new music video for “Kiss My (Uh Oh)”, featuring Anne-Marie.

In behind-the-scenes snaps, the two pregnant singers are pictured in tight-fitting clothing alongside Anne-Marie.

The band worked their pregnancies into the storyline of the music video, which revolves around expectant mothers letting their hair down at a hen do.

In the video, Anne-Marie plays the bride-to-be alongside her pregnant friends.

Fans have praised Pinnock and Edwards for continuing to work while they are visibly heavily pregnant.

“It’s the way them being pregnant wasn’t a setback it just made the video better #KissMyUhOh #MTVHottest,” tweeted one person.

“Oh, me? I’m just crying over two pregnant women relaxing,” added another alongside a shot of the two women taking a nap together in the video.

Pinnock announced she was expecting her first child in May.

The 29-year-old singer shared the news on her Instagram, accompanied by professional photographs of her and partner footballer Andre Gray.

She wrote: “We’ve dreamed about this moment for so long and we can’t believe the dream is finally coming true... we can’t wait to meet you.”

Shortly after, Edwards followed suit by confirming that she is also expecting her first child with her own footballer partner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Speaking during a TikTok Q&A in May, Thirlwall claimed that she faked symptoms of injury while filming the music video for Little Mix’s latest single “Confetti”, to cover for the fact that her bandmates were pregnant.

“Do you know what cracked me up though? Being in rehearsals for ‘Confetti’,” said Edwards. “Me and Leigh-Anne were pregnant at the time and so out of breath, but we didn’t want anybody to know, like choreographers and things.

“We didn’t want anyone in the room to know so Jade was going ‘Oh, my back’ and she was joining in! Leigh-Anne was going ‘My back hurts’ and Jade would go, ‘Oh, my back, I know, my back is gone!’”

“Any excuse for me to sit out for five minutes!” teased Thirlwall. “I was just like, ‘Yeah, me too!’”

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