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Fans of the 'Sweet Melody' singer have been eagerly awaiting an announcement in the weeks that followed and now Leigh-Anne has finally opened up about her twins' monikers and genders.
In an interview for The Telegraph alongside her band members Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall, the 30-year-old new mum gave responded to questions about keeping her babies' names and genders a secret.
"I’m just gonna keep it [the names] to myself," she explained. Unfortunately it seems Little Mix fans will have to wait a little longer for the big reveal.
However, Leigh-Anne did reflect on her experiences as a mum so far. “You can’t plan anything. Even when you want to feed them at a certain time, it never goes to plan,” she said.
The Boxing Day star shared an adorable black and white snap announcing the arrival of her twins in August, showing their feet.
Jade confirmed in a September interview with Glamour that she has been lucky enough to meet Leigh-Anne's twins.
“I went to see Leigh last week and met the twins who are so beautiful, they just slept the whole time,” she said, adding it the long awaited meeting was the first moment when she realised her band mate had become a mum. She explained: "Actually seeing them in front of us, like they’re real; it wasn’t a prop.”
Fans have closely followed Leigh-Anne’s journey to parenthood, with Leigh-Anne giving a candid account of her pregnancy in the weeks before welcoming the little ones.
The singer described being pregnant as the "hardest thing she's ever done".
Speaking to her Instagram followers, she said: "Time to give my body some credit. This is the hardest thing I have EVER done, I have struggled these past few weeks.
"Swollen hands and feet, bruised ribs and then chuck in a whole heap of hormones to the mix but then I think about what's actually going on inside this belly and I'm mind blown, creating life.
"I am so proud of how far I've come and so grateful for this blessing".
We can't wait to hear their names!