Little Mix The Search star Leigh Anne Pinnock just announced that she’s expecting her first child with Andre Gray and shared a bunch of cute baby bump pictures, in a green fairy dress, on her Instagram account today.
Leigh, who recently talked about her experiences of racism within the music industry, has showed her excitement and elation about her pregnancy through a post she shared on her Instagram, with a beautiful caption that read, “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. ❤️😍”
Leigh Anne Pinnock announced pregnancy with cute baby-bump pictures
Little Mix The Search star Anne Pinnock, who recently spoke about her experiences of racism within the music industry in new BBC1 documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power, has recently announced that she’s expecting her first child with Andre Gray through an Instagram post, on May 4, 2021.
Leigh shared a post on her Instagram account t later,y in which she showed her excitement and elation, be sharing some cute baby bump pictures, with an incredible caption. Little Mix star can be seen wearing a sexy green fairy dress, cradling her baby bump with her partner Andre Gray.
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“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 ❤️😍”, she wrote in the caption.
Leigh Anne Pinnock started dating the professional footballer Andre Gray in 2016, and the pair got engaged last year on their four-year anniversary on 28 May 2020. This year in May, the pair announced that they are expecting their first child and they’re pretty excited about it.
Andre shared a magnificent picture of them together on his social media account, when they got engaged. He also wrote in the caption, “Hasta la muerte”, which translates to ‘to death’, which presumably means “until death do us part”.
Leigh recently spoke about her confusion and discomfort at feeling like the “token black girl” in the band. She talked about her experiences of racism within the music industry in new BBC1 documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power.
Leigh said, “I’m still struggling to talk about it in general. So the fact that it comes down to the token black girl – you do see it in other girlbands. It’s like a . . . not a trend, but it’s happened so often. It really does make me think, ‘If I was shades darker, would I be sat here right now?’ I don’t know.”