Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson drops Chris Hughes marriage bombshell amid lockdown

Little Mix's Jesy Nelson isn't holding back when it comes to future plans with beau Chris Hughes, confessing that she "definitely" wants to get married and is thinking about having children in the future.

Jesy and her Love Island boyfriend Chris Hughes seem to be going from strength-to-strength and even celebrated their first year of being an item.

It would seem that Jesy isn't alone in wanting to take their relationship to the next level – Chris previously confirmed that he wanted to tie the knot and start a family within "the next year and a half".

It seems that Jesy is on the same page, as she confirmed in an interview with Mail Online this week that she "definitely" wants to get married at some stage.

Putting the breaks on, the songstress said that she is still "a kid," and didn't plan on starting a family any time soon.

The Shout Out To My Ex hitmaker told the publication: "I'm a kid myself right now so I'm not even thinking about having a kid right now."

Dropping a subtle hint at the prospect of wedding bells in the not-so-distant future, she added: "I definitely want to get married, that's for sure. When that will be, I don't know."

Jesy and Chris have recently spent some time apart following government guidelines as they both continue to self-isolate separately.

Confirming that they are taking the coronavirus crisis seriously and obeying official warnings, Jesy told the publication how they are communicating during quarantine.

The 28-year-old bombshell said: "We just FaceTime, WhatsApp, all that jazz. I'm used to being away from Chris as we're apart when I'm on tour, I'm always travelling."

Jesy also took to her Instagram account today to announce that Little Mix's new single Break Up Song was out now.

She said: "It's finally outtt. So guys thoughts on the new single?"

Fans went wild for the post and the new track and couldn't wait to add their comments.

One person said: "It's a banger, I already can't stop listening to it."

Another added: "Yasss queens."

A third chimed: "You girls have smashed it."

The song was inspired by the girl group's failed relationships as they lyrically provided hot tips for moving on.

Jesy – along with bandmates Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall – all contributed their personal experiences in the hopes of creating a hit track.

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