Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards sent her fans into a frenzy by sharing a picture of her new puppy.
The blonde beauty, 26, told her fans on Instagram live on Thurday night that Travis would be keeping her and boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain company during the coronavirus lockdown.
Travis becomes a brother to Perrie’s other dog Hatchi, a tan Pomeranian, which she adopted with her ex-fiancé, Zayn Malik.
Perrie also shared a picture of the adorable new puppy, with the caption: “Everyone. Meet Travis!” – which melted the hearts of her followers.
One fan gushed: “Oh my god he’s amazing!!! I want him x.”
Another said: “Perrie I’m so jealous. first u have Hatchi, then Alex, then Travis.”
A third awestruck person wrote: “What a babyboy!!.”
Perrie and Alex have been self-isolating at their London home and sharing regular updates on their daily activities on Instagram.
In the video, Perrie spoke about her coronavirus isolation with Liverpool star Alex and new addition to the family Travis – as well as sharing intimate details of their time together.
She said: “We haven’t been outside for two or three weeks other than our garden.
“It feels like three months not there weeks, it has been very intense.
“We started quarantining early because we were scared – we started before the government announced it.
“My favourite thing in to do in isolation is to bake, eat and cook.
“Been on the wine, like 2 O’clock every day…. I can’t lie.
“Everybody stay safe and try to communicate via phone as much as possible.
“Technology is confusing for people like me but it is also as good for people in times like this.”
Perrie also held up Travis to the camera and said: “He is just a little baby, a chubby baby.
“Hatchi now has a little brother… he doesn’t seem to impressed at the moment.”
Perrie also told how her new album came to fruition.
She said: “We started writing for the new album a while ago.
“We wrote six or seven songs with Kamille and we loved the demo for Break Up Song – it was really rough but we loved it so much.
“I think we always knew, we had a gut feeling it was the one to be the lead single – it just felt right.”