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Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock showcases her baby bump in yellow bikini and matching kimono 


Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock showcases her blossoming baby bump as she models a yellow bikini and matching kimono

Leigh-Anne Pinnock showed off her growing baby bump in a new short clip as she modelled a summery bikini.

The 29-year-old Little Mix star was filmed walking through a light-filled tunnel made from twigs in a new clip uploaded to Instagram.

She was showcasing a yellow bikini and matching kimono in the footage, shared by In ‘A’ Seashell, which Leigh-Anne then re-shared onto her own Instagram story on Sunday.

Glowing: Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock showcased her blossoming baby bump as she modelled a yellow bikini and matching kimono in a video she shared on her Instagram story on Sunday

In the clip, Leigh-Anne looked stunning as she strutted away from the camera, flicking her hair as she went.

After a few steps, she grabbed hold of the left side of her kimono and pulled it back, spinning on the spot as she did.

The result saw her posing powerfully for the camera, offering a sideshot of her blossoming baby bump. 

The post comes after Leigh-Anne voiced her support for the England football stars who fell victim to racist abuse following their defeat in the Euro 2020 final.

Powerful display: In the clip, Leigh-Anne looked stunning as she strutted away from the camera, flicking her hair as she went

Powerful display: In the clip, Leigh-Anne looked stunning as she strutted away from the camera, flicking her hair as she went

The singer, who recently released a critically-acclaimed documentary on racism, took to Twitter on the band’s account to share a heartfelt message of support for the players and reflected on the ‘Black British Experience’.

After Marcus Rashford, Jason Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed crucial penalty kicks in the shootout, a slew of vile trolls posted disgusting messages targeted at the players, leading to an uprise in defense from fans. 

She wrote: ‘You can live here but be quiet. You can work here but not all of you. You can speak at the table but not too loud. You can play for us but you can’t lose. Ladies and gentlemen I give you the Black British Experience. We stand with you Kings’. 

After Sunday’s match, the England stars were the focus of online attention as racist abuse flooded social media before an outpouring of support followed.

'We stand with you kings': Leigh-Anne recently voiced her support for England's stars who were victims of racist abuse following their defeat in the Euro 2020 final

‘We stand with you kings’: Leigh-Anne recently voiced her support for England’s stars who were victims of racist abuse following their defeat in the Euro 2020 final 

Joining in, Leigh-Anne issued a rallying cry in support of the young players as she depicted life as a black person in Britain. 

It came just weeks after her documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop And Power, in which she reflected on diversity in the music industry and how she felt she was treated differently to her peers due to the colour of her skin. 

She said: ‘The lack of diversity is disgraceful. So, I think however I can… be an ally, then that is what I want to do. We all know that racism is a massive horrible issue in this country and I really wanted to delve deeper into it.

‘It was important for someone like me to do something like this as well [because] I do have such a predominantly massive white fanbase and the people that I feel like I could reach by doing this documentary is massive.’

Gareth Southgate’s side made history after playing their way to their first ever European championships final.

However, despite taking the lead through Luke Shaw in the second minute if the game against Italy, the Three Lions ultimately finished second after losing on penalties.

Heartache: The singer, who recently released a critically-acclaimed documentary on racism, took to Twitter on the band's account to share a heartfelt message of support for the players and reflected on the 'Black British Experience'

Heartache: The singer, who recently released a critically-acclaimed documentary on racism, took to Twitter on the band’s account to share a heartfelt message of support for the players and reflected on the ‘Black British Experience’

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