The pop star, 27, showed off her killer pins as she appeared in glamorous wardrobe with her blonde locks tied back into a long pony tail.
In the two snaps, Perrie posed alongside her beloved French Bulldog pet Travis as she sat cross-legged in a lime-green Versace mini-dress which she wore with tights and sophisticated stiletto heels.
Perrie captioned the snap: “Travis said “Move over Hatchi you’ve had enough of the limelight””.
The star had previously posted a sultry selfie that showed off her fiercely tailored hair do.
Naturally, the posts went down a storm with Perrie’s 10.9million followers who took to the comments section to share their love for the star.
One Perrie fan penned: “I’m literally obsessed with this outfit!”
A different follower added: “you are just the gift that keeps on giving”.
Meanwhile, a different fan of the Little Mix star commented: “your smile is the most beautiful thing in the world”.
Elsewhere, another Perrie admirer wrote: “GOD IS A WOMAN AND HER NAME IS @perrieedwards “.
Finally, one Instagram user concluded: “And the award to the most beautiful human on earth goes to: Miss Perrie Edwards”.
The posts showed off Perrie’s outfit from Saturday night’s instalment of group singing contest Little Mix: The Search.
Sadly, fellow bandmate Jade Thirlwall was unable to perform with the rest of the band, nor appear live in the studio to judge the performances as she was self-isolating at home after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19.
A statement from Little Mix before the show aired said: “Jade has to self-isolate this week and will therefore be carrying out her role as Mentor on Little Mix: The Search from home.
“For this Saturday’s show, Jade will participate via video link, continuing to mentor alongside Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.”
Luckily, the performance still went down a storm with fans of the girls at home!
Little Mix: The Search continues next weekend on BBC One.
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