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Perrie Edwards 'struggling to move on from Zayn split'

Published 05/11/2016

Perrie Edwards
Perrie Edwards

Perrie Edwards is said to be desperate to settle down, but can't get past her split from Zayn Malik.

Perrie Edwards' friends are reportedly worried she'll never move on from her Zayn Malik heartbreak.

The Little Mix singer was engaged to the former One Direction hunk until he ended their relationship via text message last summer (15). Zayn's since moved on with model Gigi Hadid and fans thought Perrie had finally found love again with actor Luke Pasqualino, who she had been spotted out with on several occasions.

However recent reports claim the couple has split for the second time after dating for three months, and it's apparently down to Perrie’s inability to get past her previous break-up.

"Everyone's worried that Perrie may never get over the heartbreak that Zayn caused her," an insider told Britain's Heat magazine. "Perrie's very honest, so if someone asks her about it, she'll tell them about how Zayn broke her heart and how he was her first love."

According to the source, Luke, 26, had had enough of hearing about the popstar, especially as Perrie has been discussing him a lot recently while promoting the band's single Shout Out To My Ex and their new book Our World.

Although the blonde beauty recently revealed things were going "alright" between the pair, at the end of October (16) Luke unfollowed Perrie on Instagram, which seems to have marked the end of their relationship for good.

"It's really sad, as Perrie's such a romantic and she does want a serious relationship, marriage and babies - the whole dream," a friend divulged. "But as her recent comments show, she's finding it difficult to move on from the break-up she had with Zayn. It's tough for Luke to live with that."

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