Tuesday 17 October 2017

Gigi Hadid wishes Happy 'Z-Day' to boyfriend Zayn Malik , while his ex Perrie Edwards shares bikini selfies

Perrie Edwards posted this bikini photo on Instagram
Perrie Edwards posted this bikini photo on Instagram
(from left) Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall of Little Mix arrives on the red carpet for the BBC Music Awards at the Genting Arena, Birmingham. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire
Perrie Edwards/Instagram
Perrie Edwards and ex fiancé Zayn Malik
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

A selfie speaks a thousand words.

As Zayn Malik celebrated his 23rd birthday on Tuesday, girlfriend Gigi Hadid (20) was first to wished him a happy "Z-Day" and it looks like his ex-fiancée Perrie Edwards may have also had him on her mind.

The Little Mix singer (22) stunned in a series of bikini selfies posted on Instagram, with cryptic captions like "When you find yourself, you will be free." Perrie has joined the British celebrity contingent jetting to the Maldives for a January holiday and is keeping her 3.1m Instagram followers up to date with her antics.

Edwards, who was recently linked to nightclub owner Leon King, while Malik first hooked up with  Victoria's Secret model Gigi in November and it looks like they're throwing themselves in the deep end with their relationship.

A photo posted by Perrie Edwards (@perrieeele) on

The former One Direction singer ended his engagement with Perrie in August, reportedly over text message.

And he took a swipe at his ex of four years in a recent interview with Billboard magazine, in which he said: "I enjoy an intellectual conversation as well, where someone can construct a sentence beyond what hair and makeup they’re wearing, and talk about something political or about the world. I like an opinion."


A photo posted by Gigi Hadid (@gigihadid) on

Sun sun sun!

A photo posted by Perrie Edwards (@perrieeele) on

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