Congratulations to ‘Little Mix’ singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock and her partner, Andre Gray, on the arrival of twins. Pinnock announced the birth of her little ones on Monday (August 23).
“We asked for a miracle, we were given two,” Leigh-Anne told her social media fans. “Our Cubbies are here,” the celebrity mom shared.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Andre Gray’s twins were born last Monday (August 16), according to Leigh-Anne’s Instagram post. The ‘Little Mix’ singer and her partner announced their expectancy in May.
“We’ve dreamed about this moment for so long and we can’t believe the dream is finally coming true,” Pinnock told her social media fans. “We can’t wait to meet you,” the singer wrote to her unborn children. Leigh-Anne and Andre did not mention the idea of expanding their family by twins at the time of their pregnancy announcement. Still, fans were nothing short of thrilled to learn of the little ones’ arrivals.
“Double the blessings,” recording artist Mahalia wrote. “Congratulations both of you,” the singer said. “Such an amazing surprise,” digital creator Stephanie Yeboah shared. “Two bundles of absolute joy,” Perrie Edwards agreed.
It was just this past weekend that Perrie Edwards welcomed a child with her boyfriend, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Many ‘Little Mix’ fans predicted Leigh-Anne Pinnock would give birth before her fellow band member. The band’s followers were right as Edwards and Oxlade-Chamberlain’s baby was born on Saturday (August 21).
“Welcome to the world baby 21/08/21,” Perrie wrote in reference to her little one’s birth. “I am so proud of you and I love you so much,” Leigh-Anne wrote in response to Edwards’ Instagram post. “What an angel,” Pinnock added.
Leigh-Anne and Andre’s twins made them parents for the first time last Monday. Perrie Edwards and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s little one also made them parents for the first time. ‘Little Mix’ got its start in 2011. The girl group is recognized as one of the best of all time with over 60 million records sold worldwide.
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