Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock shows off her baby bump in a bikini as she jets off on holiday

SINGER Leigh-Anne Pinnock has shown off her blossoming baby bump in a yellow bikini after jetting off on a luxury holiday.

The Little Mix star captured her changing figure in a series of Instagram snaps, cradling her protruding belly as she stood on a white sandy beach.

Leigh-Anne, 29, donned a bright yellow bikini top and matching bottoms from her swimwear range In A Seashell.

She struck two poses for the camera, showing off her belly from two angles as she gently placed her hands around it for one of the snaps.

Appearing to go make-up free, the star styled her brunette hair into long cornrow braids that flowed over her shoulders and down her back.

She accessorised her look with a watch and a simple gold chain as she told her followers of her latest pregnancy symptoms.

Captioning the photos, Leigh-Anne told her fans: "Hormones racing and feet are swollen af but counting my blessings everyday for the miracle growing inside me."

It comes as Leigh-Anne and fellow Little Mix star Perrie, who is also expecting a child, revealed they burst into tears at each others' news.

Perrie Edwards, 27, who will welcome her first baby with Liverpool footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, said the double reveal happened "by accident".

"In Little Mix, we are blocked out two years in advance and I was thinking, 'I won't be able to do that'," she explained.

"I messaged my manager and she called me and said, 'You're pregnant'. I was like, 'How do you know?' and she said, 'Because I am pregnant'.

"Then she said: 'Can I add someone to the call?' I just heard this voice that said: 'Perrie! You too?'"

Noticing it was fellow band member Leigh-Anne, she concluded: "Then we just cried our eyes out. What timing, it wasn't planned!"

She and Leigh-Anne, who is expecting her baby with Watford footballer Andre Gray, also revealed their pregnancy cravings.

"Prawn sandwiches but the M&S kind, and Frazzles," Leigh-Anne revealed, which Perrie admitted she preferred toxic waste sweets for "sour" flavours.

"I loved it, brain lickers, juicy drop pops – anything sour," she explained. "That was when I was feeling really sick but I feel fine now."

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