Perrie Edwards cheered on her footballer fiancé Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during their last Liverpool match at Anfield on Saturday.
The Little Mix singer, 29, looked to be in great spirits as she supported the late midfielder, also 29, who held her adorable son Axl, 18 months, on her lap of honour.
Perry looked chic in a cream cardigan that she paired with flattering white flared trousers for the outing.
She completed the look with sliders and accessorised with oversized dark brown shades.
The beauty wore her blonde hair in loose waves over her shoulders as she filmed Alex and Axl together.
He looked every inch the doting father as he walked around with his little ones after this momentous day.
A top-four finish now looks downright impossible after Liverpool settled for a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa.
There were emotional scenes after the draw as Anfield bid farewell to four players who will be leaving the club in the summer.
Following the Reds’ final home fixture of the 2022-23 campaign, tributes were paid to the departed Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Abe ahead of starting new chapters in their careers.
Perry recently discussed her upcoming wedding to footballer Alex.
Alex proposed last June during a romantic beach walk at sunset, and Perrie says he’s been inquiring about when they can start planning their big day.
Pop star Perry and her Liverpool FC fiancé have been dating since 2016, but they didn’t make their romance public until February 2017.
She said: ‘Where do you even start with marriage? This is a lot We talked about it when we were on vacation, and I have a good idea of what I want now.
It comes after Perry shared a series of stunning shots on her Instagram last week as she launched her mental health campaign with charity BetterHelp.
In the post the star opened up about her own struggles while offering a month of free therapy to a follower.
Perry has previously shared details about her crippling anxiety that made her feel like she would die if left alone.
And back in 2019, she praised her Little Mix bandmates for stopping her from giving up on their music careers after finding themselves in a “dark place.”
While promoting the campaign, the singer looked sensational in a black jumpsuit in an exclusive image shared with MailOnline.
Going barefoot, she opted for minimal makeup and let her blonde hair loose with gold jewellery.
On Instagram she wrote: ‘I’ve found that being open about my mental health has really helped me better understand and control my anxiety.
‘Therapy is something that I believe everyone can benefit from but sadly it is not always accessible.
‘I’m so excited to announce our partnership with @betterhelp, we’re on a mission to make therapy accessible and break down the stigma around mental health.’
She continued: ‘This is an opportunity for you to try out therapy by having access to a free month of therapy. You will be matched with a certified therapist and at the end of the month you will decide if you want to take it further.’
‘We’re giving away up to £3,000,000 in therapy to help you prioritize your mental health and start your journey towards healing.’
Adds further: ‘My heart leapt when I got the chance to partner with @betterhelp to provide people the opportunity to start their own healing journey and encourage people to seek help.’
‘I know this is only the first step but I hope it helps as many of you as possible’.
Before adding: ‘Join us in spreading the word and making mental health a priority. Visit betterhelp.com/perrieedwards to start your free month.
In a candid 2019 interview with Glamour, the talented singer opened up about her struggles, saying she felt like she was having a heart attack when overwhelmed by extreme anxiety, and her fear of being left on her own has been born.
She said: ‘Oddly when I first started experiencing panic attacks, I developed a fear of being on my own. It’s so much better than before, I kept thinking, ‘If I’m alone and I’m having a panic attack, what do I do?’
‘It’s like fighting with myself – my mum got me dolls to paint and when she left the house for two minutes I sat there shivering … At first I thought ‘don’t leave me on my own’ , I will really die’.
She said that her mother would take her phone with her when she went shopping so that if Perry had a stroke, she could go to work with him.
The star also admitted that she feared not being able to perform, tour, do interviews and meet fans due to the severity of her condition.
She said: ‘If I didn’t have the other three girls to think about and prepare for the tour and all the fans who want to see the best of the show, I don’t think I would have come. Back to Work.
‘I was happy to be at home with Hatchi with my family and called it a day. How hard it was trying to go back to everything.’
The DNA singer said her anxiety made her too scared to go out on her own, adding that trains make her feel ‘claustrophobic’, but going into therapy 18 months later has turned her life around.
She said: ‘Therapy helped a lot by talking to someone who knows what’s going on in your life, you just let it out and it’s the best thing in the world.
‘At first, I was very embarrassed because I thought that if I told everyone I went to therapy, they would think I was crazy.
‘I thought people would think I was psychic and at one point I thought my mum would have to send me somewhere because I was having these dark thoughts, thinking a different way than I used to.’
She is now able to travel on her own and get into a car to meet Alex in Manchester.
The star credited her family, friends, beloved dog Hatchi and loved ones for helping her through the difficult times, including her cousin and best friend Ellie walking by her side.
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