Jade Thirlwall gets adorable Little Mix tattoo to mark 10 years of girl group

Jade Thirlwall has marked 10 years of Little Mix by getting the sweetest tattoo.

The Cut You Off hitmaker, who is pretty much Little Mix’s biggest fan, shared her love for the iconic group, getting the date they formed (August 19, 2011) inked on her calf.

‘To commemorate 10 years of Little Mix,’ she wrote, thanking the tattoo artist, Just Tattoo Of Us star Danny Robinson.

We cannot handle this cuteness.

Little Mix, now made up of Jade along with Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, formed on series eight of The X Factor after they and former bandmate Jesy Nelson auditioned as soloists.

The girls were put together in a group and ended up winning the show.

Since, they’ve seen absolutely huge success and are still smashing it, recently celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the band.

They recently shared a sweet video marking 10 years after their X Factor win, writing: ‘The most life-changing moment ever for all of us.

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‘Thank you for all the support over the last decade.’

Meanwhile, although they’re due to take a break following their Confetti tour next year, the girls have said it’s definitely not forever, and that Little Mix will be back.

In a ‘terribly emotional’ interview following the announcement of their break, Jade said: ‘It’s been 10 incredible years and we always said if we’re going to take a little break it would be on an incredible high, at our peak so it seems like the right time.

‘We are family and love each other to bits so what’s lovely is that whatever we go off and do we can support each other through it and celebrate each other – it’s a lovely way to do it.’

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