Trouble? Little Mix’s Jesy leaves party in TEARS… without Jake

They've been engaged since July and appear to be as smitten as ever… but even Jesy Nelson and Jake Roche aren't immune to the odd lover's tiff.

Jesy's night ended in tears on Wednesday after a bust-up with her fiancée at Litlle Mix's album launch party.

The foursome had gathered with friends and fellow stars at Kensington's Bodo's Schloss nightclub to celebrate the new record, but according to one source, Jesy and Jake had a "tispy" argument mid-way into the evening.

Jesy was pictured looking distraught as she climbed into a cab, while Jake left separately shortly after. According to one source, the party antics simply got out of hand for the engaged couple.

"The girls had been having a great night, dancing on the tables while bottles of vodka and Rick Ross champagne were flowing," a source told The Mirror.

"But then in the early hours, Jesy and Jake had a tiff. Jake stomped off to a nearby hotel and Jesy was clearly sobbing as she took a cab home."

All seemed to be well twelve hours later though, as Jesy made sure to post a selfie of her and Jake from bed, looking as happy as ever.

 

Send bacon ASAP.

A photo posted by @jesymix14 on

"Send bacon ASAP," she joked.

Jake seemed grateful to be back in his fiancée's good books, taking to his own Instagram page to thank her for looking after him.

"Had possibly the worst hangover today. One of them where you want to hospitalise yourself and get put on a drip," he wrote.

"But Miss Nelson fed me, hydrated me, sang me little mix songs when I was vomiting (last bit was a lie). The world is a better place with you in it, genuinely."

Too cute.

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