‘We were in a bit of shock’: Jade Thirlwall reveals Little Mix struggled to deal with Jesy Nelson’s exit from the group and they have all had therapy to process her departure  

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  • Jade said: ‘I think it’s really hard for anyone, when there’s such a big change in your life, and you’ve been used to a certain position for so long.
  • The singer said the group is stronger than ever and added that the birth of Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards brought everything into perspective.
  • She said: ‘It would have happened to anyone and we found each other, we have group therapy, we have our own therapists, and you do what you can’
  • Jesse left the group in December 2020 citing mental health struggles and has since embarked on a solo career

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Little Mix have revealed that they struggled to cope with Jesy Nelson’s exit from the band last year and were treated to processing what happened.

The Boys singer, 30, left the group in December 2020 citing mental health struggles, and now her former bandmate, 28-year-old Jade Thirlwall, has admitted that it was difficult for her to get along with Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

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In the end, all three had group therapy and each saw an individual therapist to express their feelings about Jesse’s decision.

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Candid: Little Mix have revealed they struggled to cope with Jesy Nelson’s exit from the band last year and were treated to processing what happened

in an interview with Gay Times MagazineJade, 28, said: ‘I think for anyone, when there’s such a big change in your life, and you’ve been used to a certain position for so long, it’s really hard.

‘We were falling apart as we were, and I think we were in shock for a long time because we just had to keep going.

‘It wasn’t until we had some time over Christmas that all of a sudden we realized what had happened. It was tough. It happens to anyone and we get each other, we have group therapy, we have our own therapists, and you do what you can.’

Jade said the group is now stronger than ever and added that with Leigh-Anne and Perry becoming mothers, everything has been put into perspective.

Exit: The Boys singer, 30, left the group in December 2020 citing mental health struggles and now his former bandmate Jade Thirlwall, 28, has admitted that the shock departure was hard for the group (pictured October 2021)

Exit: The Boys singer, 30, left the group in December 2020 citing mental health struggles and now her former bandmate Jade Thirlwall, 28, has admitted that the shock departure was hard for the group (pictured October 2021)

Jesse began a solo career, releasing the first single, Boyz, on which he collaborated with rapper Nicki Minaj, 38, while Jade, Leigh-Anne, 30, and Perry, 27, decided to move on as a trio. did.

Jade insisted that there was never any discussion between him and the remaining two members about ending Little Mix.

The star said that she believes Little Mix will “always be there,” even though the three members have begun to delve into their respective things.

Jade said that they were initially afraid to do so but they prefer to show more of themselves to the public.

Jade said: 'I think it's really hard for anyone, when there's such a big change in your life, and you've been used to a certain position for so long' (pictured in 2019)

Jade said: ‘I think it’s really hard for anyone, when there’s such a big change in your life, and you’ve been used to a certain position for so long’ (pictured in 2019)

Since Jesse’s departure, Little Mix has been marred by rumors of a split or hiatus, which was asked about by radio star Sonny J during a recent appearance on Capital Breakfast.

Perry said: ‘I think no matter what Little Mix does, no matter what we venture into individually, whatever we do, Little Mix is ​​forever, like Jade said…

‘We’ll always be together, we’ll always tour, we’ll always work together as a group, because Little Mix is ​​just that, it’s fire…

‘And I hate to say, we have what it takes and we know it, and we know that Little Mix is ​​so strong as the three of us, so we never want it to end, ever. No.

She continued: 'It wasn't until we had some time at Christmas that all of a sudden we realized what had happened.  It was tough' (pictured in March 2021)

She continued: ‘It wasn’t until we had some time at Christmas that all of a sudden we realized what had happened. It was tough’ (pictured in March 2021)

Jade then intervened to push: ‘You know, like the Rolling Stones, how they’re still going…Yeah honestly! I want people to be sick of us in 50 years’ time.

Roman Kemp insists the girls are ‘best friends and always in touch’, which they all agreed…

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