Perrie Edward's mum Debbie has spoken out about her daughters relationship with ex- One Direction star Zayn Malik and the couples future together!
If there’s one thing you should always accept it’s that mums always know best. So there is absolutely no way we are arguing with what Perrie Edwards mum Debbie has said about her daughter’s relationship with Zayn Malik. After all, being grounded was soooo pre-teen.
Speaking out in defence of against the cruel comparisons the more extreme 1D fans have been making between her daughter and Yoko Ono (whose relationship with John Lennon was framed as the cause of The Beatles breaking up), Debbie said: ‘It was his decision and nothing to do with Perrie‘.
It was apparent that one intention of Zayn‘s (still slightly heartbreaking) departure from the band was his decision to try salvage his relationship with the Little Mix star, after being suspiciously photographed with Love Island lovely Lauren Richardson whilst in Thailand back in March. Last month fellow bandmate Liam Payne explained: ‘He wanted to spend time with his family and his missus. That’s cool with us’.
And luckily all discontinued 1D calendars won’t have been in vein (why did you have to be May, June AND November Zayn) as Debbie has ensured the future is looking rosy for the couple, ‘Zayn is one of the nicest boys I’ve ever met and I can’t imagine Perrie with anyone else’.
Speaking of her daughters engagement, Debbie even went as far to say: ‘I feel like he’s already my son, they’ve been together since the X Factor so he’s part of the family’.
But before you start dusting off your Sunday best, the wedding bells aren’t chiming just yet. Debbie went on to explain ‘They’ve got plenty of time, they’re still young’.
The future Mr and Mrs Malik certainly do have a lot on their plate at the moment, what with Zayn‘s solo career launching any day now (not that we’re waiting or anything *ahem*) and Perrie focusing on the upcoming Little Mix album Black Magic. I mean, we can find any excuse for a bit of cake tasting but hey each to their own.
Now onto more important matters, can we be part of the family too Debbie?!