Leigh-Anne Pinnock wows fans as she shows off her figure six months after giving birth

Leigh-Anne Pinnock wowed her fans as she enjoyed a date with her fiancé Andre Grey, six months after giving birth to twins.

The Little Mix singer, 30, looked amazing as she wore a ruched multi-coloured dress for their Valentine’s Day date.

Posing for selfies in the mirror, the couple looked even lovelier than ever as Andre placed an arm around her waist and kissed her head.

Sharing the selection of photos with her followers, Leigh-Anne captioned the post with a heart-eyed emoji: “Really enjoyed this dress.”

Her 8.3 million followers flooded with comments and gushed about her look, with one caption, “This is how you can pull off any outfit.”

While another commented, “probably because of how gorgeous you look in it.”

Leigh-Anne Pinnock looked amazing

She enjoyed her Valentine's Day date with Andre
She enjoyed her Valentine’s Day date with Andre

After welcoming twins last year, Leigh-Anne looks set to make a stunning comeback on the charts as she eyes solo success.

She has reportedly signed recording contract with Warner Music and will follow in the footsteps of former bandmate Jesy Nelson, who signed with Republic Records in August.

Warner represents huge stars like Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa and Madonna.

Leigh-Anne had previously spoken of feeling ‘invisible’ in the girl group as she spoke about her experiences with racism in her BBC documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power.

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Explaining how the film helped her, she said: “It was literally like stepping into a whole new world. I just remember when the opportunity came up and the audition, I just couldn’t get it. refuse, as if I had to.

Leigh-Anne also revealed that directing a cover of I Say a Little Prayer in the film “will forever be one of the proudest moments” of her life.

Taking to Instagram, she wrote: “This will forever be one of the proudest moments of my life.

I will never forget the pride on my mom and dad’s faces when they watched. My mom cried because it’s one of her favorite songs.”

And taking the opportunity to applaud critics, who have already questioned her talent, she said: “And to everyone who ever said I couldn’t…I DID IT.”

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