Perrie Edwards flashes her nipple piercing in a see-through dress as she steps out with Little Mix bandmates

The foursome were snapped arriving in Leicester Square, where they headed to Capital FM HQ to be interviewed on Roman Kemp's breakfast show.

Despite it being in the early hours of the morning – and dark – Perrie, 25, wore a pair of over-sized sunglasses.

The Power hitmaker – who was once engaged to One Direction's Zayn Malik – recently opened up to Fabulous about how "partying and drinking" left her complexion in turmoil.

She said: "The worst thing I used to do was go out partying and drinking and just sleep with my make-up on.

"You think 'oh it’s only one night, I’m too tired, I really can’t be bothered to take all my make-up off, I’m just going to go to bed', but it only takes one night for a weeks worth of acne so you have to be strict with it.

"You have to just get them face wipes out, get it off and then you can sleep."

She added: "I have very sensitive skin, and I used to use loads of products on my face because I thought that was best.

"I'd take all my make-up off with creamy products and then when we started travelling it was just really aggy' having to pack every single individual bottle.

"Now, face wipes and micellar water is all I use on my face otherwise I have mad breakouts, [micellar water] is good for sensitive skin and acne, I’ve used it for years now."

Perrie has also spoken out about embracing freckles as she said she used to be self-conscious about them.

She said: "Growing up I was always insecure about the freckles on my face.

"Over the last couple of years I’ve started to embrace them and don’t feel I need to hide them anymore.

“Embrace your individuality. Love what you love without worrying about judgement."

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