Perrie Edwards posts loved-up snap with Zayn Malik

Zayn Malik may have recently been embroiled in a Twitter spat with his former bandmate Louis Tomlinson, but the singer's relationship with fiancée Perrie Edwards appears to be as strong as ever. The Little Mix singer took to Instagram to share a photo of them looking truly loved-up on Wednesday.

"Summer," the 21-year-old captioned the photo of them enjoying their day off together.

A smiling Perrie can be seen wearing a white floral embroidered cami top and with her hair in waves, while Zayn showed off his newly-shaven barnet and nose piercing as he cuddled up to his wife-to-be.


A photo posted by Perrie Edwards ✌️🌻 (@perrieeele) on

The sweet snap quickly attracted over 291,000 likes and messages of support from fans telling Perrie: "So sweet. You're one lucky girl!"

Zayn has kept a low profile on social media over the past week after he defended his producer friend Naughty Boy in an exchange of heated Twitter messages with Louis Tomlinson.

The 22-year-old was forced to defend himself after receiving a backlash from One Direction fans, writing: "Don't know why I'm being attacked for defending myself, people got it twisted! I love my fans ?! Every single one of you x".

Despite the public fallout, it appears that Zayn can always rely on Perrie for support. Zayn and Perrie have gone out of their way to show that they are as happy as ever over the past few months after being rocked by persistent claims of Zayn's infidelity.

Zayn and Perrie were most recently seen enjoying an Easter getaway together at the start of April. The pair were joined by Zayn's mum, sisters and cousins for the holiday, and his older sister Doniya Malik recently said she already sees Perrie as one of the family.

"It's pretty cool," Doniya told BBC Asian Network of her brother's relationship. "Perrie's a really nice girl, she's really friendly, very easy to get on with, down-to-earth, so I'd say just how it is with my sisters."

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