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Zayn and Perrie 'plan Disneyland wedding'

Published 14/04/2015

Perrie Edwards and Zayn Malik
Perrie Edwards and Zayn Malik

Perrie Edwards thinks Zayn Malik leaving One Direction has "solved everything", according to reports.

The former One Direction star has been engaged to the Little Mix singer since late 2013. And after his shock departure from the famous boyband last month, Perrie is reportedly keen to get a wedding date in the diary.

"Perrie really wants to get married, despite all the rumours," a source told British magazine Heat, referring to claims that Zayn had cheated on her with up to four different girls. "She thinks Zayn leaving the band has now solved everything."

Perrie is rumoured to be planning a fairytale wedding at the theme park, where the couple celebrated Zayn's 21st birthday last year. It appears time is of the essence for the blonde beauty as the outlet claims Perrie is plotting to walk down the aisle in June after her BFF Katherine Spires told a Little Mix fan on Twitter that she was heading to the holiday spot that month.

Adding fuel to the wedding fire is the fact that Zayn's younger sister Saafa shared a photograph on Instagram on April 2 of a girl that resembles Perrie in a flowing white wedding dress.

"Cinderella #loveweddings" she wrote alongside the image.

The shot sent fans into a frenzy but only a few hours later the post was removed.

Meanwhile, Perrie has had to reassure her bandmates that she isn't following her fiancé's lead and jumping ship. The group are currently preparing to release new music which could mean long periods apart from Zayn.

"Perrie's had to reassure Little Mix that she's committed to them," the source continued. "When Zayn left One Direction, Perrie talked to the girls straight away and said she was staying, but I think if she thought leaving could save her relationship, she'd quit."

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