The birthday girl made sure all eyes were on her as she sported a barely-there crop top with funky cargo pants while she was joined by her very leggy bandmate Perrie Edwards and equally stunning Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall.
Jesy looked incredible in the sexy ensemble comprising on the tiny crop top, which boasted one-shoulder, and the high-waisted trousers. As ever, she was borrowing from the Nineties with her style as she paired the look with a beanie sitting atop her silver hair.
Jesy’s Love Island star boyfriend Chris Hughes shared a sweet post dedicated to his beloved, as he penned: ‘Happy birthday to a best friend, my better half and the most caring person I could have wished to meet. Every day is better now.
‘The fact I love you when I’m hungry says it all. The core to my… have the best day and keep on shining, you deserve the world’.Perrie was a vision in white as she emerged in a leggy ensemble which showed off the bronzed tan she attained on a recent holiday with her footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Their outing comes after Little Mix penned their younger selves empowering and insightful letters from the night they won The X Factor.
In an interview music issue Noisemakers, the girls all touched upon their highs and lows, while also giving their former selves advice to overcome their hurdles.
Leigh-Anne, 27, in particular credited ‘finding Black Magic’ for ‘saving her career following extensive fears of getting dropped’ while Jade, 26, urged her younger self to ignore ‘old blokes at the label that try to fob you off.’
It is evident that Little Mix have learnt and experiences a lot since the night that changed their lives weight years ago on the X Factor stage.
Giving further depth, the stunner stated: ‘It won’t always be easy. After the second album, you’ll start writing the third and it won’t feel right… In that moment, you’ll fear that you’re going to get dropped, that you won’t be able to keep going.
‘It’s a horrible feeling, but then you’ll find Black Magic. That will be the turning point that saves your career.’ Leigh-Anne explained her future plight further: ‘Your lives are in other people’s hands, and the crazy thing is, often the decisions people make for you won’t really work.