Leigh-Anne Pinnock admits she puts so much pressure on herself as she poses in co-ord

Leigh-Anne Pinnock confessed in a candid post that she had been putting “so much pressure” on herself causing her to have a difficult day.

The 30 year old is currently juggling her singing and acting career with raising her seven month old twins, shared with footballer Andre Gray.

It appeared that balancing it all has been tough for new mum Leigh-Anne, as she told her 8.4 million followers how she had been struggling.

“Had one of those days today…anyone else? Feel like I need to be patient and stop putting so much pressure on myself… I got this,” the Little Mix star captioned her Instagram post.

Alongside her honest words, Leigh-Anne posted a couple of photos of her looking incredible as she posed in a long sleeved crop top with a chest cut out, showing a hint of stomach, and a matching pair of high waisted flared trousers.

Pictured flashing a smile with her dark brown curly hair hanging loose, Leigh-Anne appeared more relaxed in the photos and relieved of any pressures as she stood in her wide, grassy garden complete with dark grey decking.

The previous day the music star shared a photo of herself tending to her twins on her first Mother’s Day as a mum herself.

Wearing the same co-ord, the mum-of-two was snapped sitting cross-legged in front of the little ones, who were sitting in their individual grey cloud printed soft chairs.

“Happy Mother's Day to all of the incredible mummas out there!” Leigh-Anne captioned.

“So blessed to have experienced my first one… my heart is so full right now.”

The hitmaker’s recent posts come after it was reported that Leigh-Anne is negotiating a lucrative seven-figure book deal that will centre around her experiences being in the band Little Mix.

“This is stuff she's passionate about – it isn't going to be an expose on life in a pop band, more an insight into her feelings about who she has become in that time, what she stands for and what she believes in,” an insider told The Sun.

“The reaction to her documentary really spurred Leigh-Anne to want to do more. She knows her platform can help other people too and she wants to represent as many young women like her as she can.

“This is about stepping out from a band and defining who she is going to be as an independent woman and as an artist going forwards. She's very excited at the prospect of working on it and getting it out to fans.”

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