When it comes to romance, the ladies in Little Mix have had their fair share of misfortune, but it sounds like they all subscribe to the 'Sisters Before Misters' school of thought if their recent interview with Jonathan Ross is anything to go by.
Amid reports that Jesy Nelson and Jake Roche have called time on their engagement, the Shout Out To My Ex singers grabbed a seat on Jonathan's sofa and revealed that they were able to navigate their break-ups with the help of their bandmates.
In the interview which is due to air tonight, Jesy told Jonathan: "That's what's lovely about being in a group, we all literally support each other and when we're going through bad times we can all relate to it."
Reflecting on her high-profile split from Zayn Malik last year, Perrie said: ""For a normal girl to go through something like that it's hard."
"I think when the whole world is looking at it and talking about it, you feel a bit affected by it."
Like Perrie, Leigh-Anne Pinnock also saw the end of her relationship, but insists her place in the band meant she got through it relatively well.
"When I split up with my ex, I was thinking 'I have got my three best friends, what does it matter?' she said.
"I'm so lucky to have these girls and that's how we feel all the time. We're the best of friends. People don't believe that we actually get on as well." she added.
According to reports this week, Jesy decided to end her engagement to fiance Jake after growing frustrated by his lack of interest in their wedding.
So, it sounds like Jesy is going to need her girls more than ever right now.