Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock says she's turned into a bridezilla planning wedding to footballer fiancé Andre Grey

LEIGH-ANNE Pinnock has admitted she’s turned into a bridezilla while planning her wedding to fiancé Andre Grey.

The beautiful couple got engaged on their fourth anniversary back in May, with footballer Andre getting down on one knee to ask his girlfriend to marry him. 

The self-confessed “bridezilla” admitted she had already chosen a colour scheme and everything already – joking: “I need to calm down a bit.”

Chatting with her Little Mix bandmates on Heart radio on Wednesday morning, Leigh-Anne, 28, said: “Yeah, obviously it’s quite hard with the current situation, but at the same time it’s not for a couple of years anyway so I’ve got time.

"I’ve given myself time to plan it. But I mean, bridezilla all the way!

“I know everything, absolutely everything!"

Watford striker Andre announced the adorable news by sharing a photo of him and Leigh-Anne in their garden at home, with his new fiancée showing off her stunning engagement ring.

Leigh-Anne previously revealed how the romantic athlete had proposed, dishing: “He basically set up this outdoor cinema, so there was a walkway of fairy lights and candles and I was like, ‘this is a bit much for an anniversary, what’s going on here?’

"So we started watching a film, and then halfway through it cut out and our song started playing, and then there were videos and pictures of us and there was this book on the screen that said, ‘four years and forever counting’, and it kept opening up with pictures of us and stuff."

Leigh-Anne continued: "And then it just said, ‘will you marry me?’ and he was on one knee."

Sharing the happy event with her fans on Instagram, the Little Mix singer wrote: “Guys.. wtf has just happened… 😩😳😂 He bloody did it, and I said yes 😩

"I'm marrying my soul mate, the man of my flipping dreams… I am lost for words, so I think I'm just going to go cry some more 😩😂 @andregray_ I love you so much 😩😍❤️

"My world is literally complete."

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