‘I had no idea what to do’ Perrie’s split with Zayn left her HOMELESS

While it was all dealt with on the quiet back when it happened, it looks like the fall-out from Perrie Edwards and Zayn Malik's split was pretty horrendous.

And it's all coming out now.

 

In addition to learning that her two-year engagement was over by text, Perrie was left without a place to call her own – something she addresses in the Little Mix autobiography.

"After I split with my partner, out of the blue, I had nowhere to go which was incredibly stressful," she wrote. 

"For a while I had no idea what to do. The girls offered to put me up but they didn't really have room. I thought about renting but I've got dogs and cats, so that was no good." Perrie explained.

 

At the time, the band were promoting Black Magic in the States, and Perrie admits the reality of her situation took a while to sink in.

"While I was in America, things really hit me and I panicked. I realised I was homeless. I was crying every day, dreading coming back."

 

Perrie pays tribute to her mother and Richard Griffiths – the owner of Modest Management – for helping her to settle into Richard's guest cottage until she and her pets could find a place of their own.

"Thank God for him," Perrie wrote. "I put all my stuff in storage, took my dogs and more or less lived out of a suitcase for a good month and a half."

What'll come out next?!

 

 

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