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    Leigh-Anne Pinnock has been warned not to share big news with her mum Debbie because she's been known to "leak" secrets on social media

    The former Little Mix star has branded Debbie a "nightmare" over the way she accidentally over-shares online, but Leigh-Anne admits her fans love her mum's indiscretions


    The singer told The Sunday Times newspaper: "Mum is always on Twitter and has been known to leak stuff, so she's a nightmare. My managers would say: 'Whatever you do, don't tell Debbie', but the fans loved it."

    However, Leigh-Anne - who is raising twin girls - appreciates the way her mum fights trolls on her behalf. She added: "[Mum] does clap back and reply to trolls sometimes because she's quite protective. I can only imagine how it would feel seeing your daughter being talked about in negative ways. Having my own twin daughters now, I know I would lose it."

    She added of Debbie: "My strength is from her. She's my rock."

    Debbie also took part in the interview and she spoke about her social media antics, explaining she is just very defensive of her daughter. She said: "I have been in trouble a few times for commenting on something that I shouldn't have on Twitter. The things people used to write about all the girls made me wonder how people can be so nasty."

    "Having two 2½-year-old girls running around causing chaos makes me so grateful to be able to call on my own mum. I don't know what I'd do without her. It has definitely brought us closer.

    "Mum has been there every step of the way. She had been through 11 years of Little Mix so could see we had formed the most incredible sisterhood, but she also knew we needed the break we took in 2022, and that I needed to stand on my own two feet with my solo career. I hope seeing me tackle it on my own has made her proud. My strength is from her. She's my rock.

    "I have been in trouble a few times for commenting on something that I shouldn't have on Twitter. The things people used to write about all the girls made me wonder how people can be so nasty."

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