Perried Edwards thinks it would be ''amazing'' to have a Disney-themed wedding to Zayn Malik.
Perrie Edwards thinks a Disney-themed wedding would be ''amazing''.
The Little Mix singer insists she and fiance Zayn Malik haven't yet begun to plan their nuptials but having a reception based around Mickey Mouse and his friends would appeal to the ''big kid'' in them both.
She said: ''I do love Disney so [a themed wedding] would be amazing. I'm a big child. We are both big kids!''
The 20-year-old singer got engaged to the One Direction hunk last August but she says they have so far been too busy to even have a conversation about when they want to wed.
She told Us Weekly magazine: ''Everything is so busy. Hopefully we will one day be able to sit down together and start making plans. No date at all in mind yet.''
And though the 'Wings' hitmaker wants to have children one day, she is currently too focused on Little Mix to think about starting a family.
She said: ''[The Little Mix girls are] are ambitious and want to take over the world and do everything we can while we're young and have time to do it. But I still want the same thing every other girl or woman wants in the world.
''I have no idea how many kids I want - you never know until you get to that point of life when you're ready - but I'm not anywhere near that yet.''
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