Leigh-Anne Pinnock gives insight into life with twins and it sounds full on

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Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock has shared an insight into life with twin babies and, unsurprisingly, it sounds super intense.

Leigh-Anne welcomed twins with fiancé Andre Gray back in August, while bandmate Perrie Edwards also announced the birth of her son Axel, who was born just five days after Leigh's babies.

Now, Leigh-Anne and Perrie have spoken openly, comparing their experiences as new mothers, with Leigh getting candid about life with two babies.

Appearing on the cover of The Telegraph's Stella magazine as a group, Perrie started off the baby chat, telling the publication, "There’s no such thing as having a scheduled lifestyle anymore."

Leigh-Anne quickly agreed, adding, "Like you say, Pez, you can’t plan anything. Even when you want to feed them at a certain time, it never goes to plan."

Comparing experiences, Perrie went on to explain, "Axel is a good sleeper, but I don’t know how you’re doing it with two, Leigh-Anne". Leigh then honestly responded, saying, "I don’t even know myself. Last night was horrific. I’ve tried to feed them at the same time, one right after the other. That’s normally quite a good routine, but it wasn’t last night. Oh, it was horrible!"

While Perrie has openly shared pictures of baby Axel, Leigh-Anne and Andre have remained pretty private, choosing to keep the names and sexes of their babies secret. Leigh addressed her decision to do so in the interview, saying, "I’m just gonna keep it to myself."

Leigh-Anne and Andre announced the birth of their twins back in August, writing in an Instagram post, "We asked for a miracle, we were given two... 🖤 Our Cubbies are here 😍🖤16/08/21 🖤."

Meanwhile, Perrie and partner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also shared their happy news on the social media platform, sharing a post with the words, "Welcome to the world baby 21/08/21 ♥️."

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