Little Mix star Perrie Edwards has admitted accepting Zayn Malik's proposal was a ''no-brainer'', although their hectic schedules means she hasn't starting planning her wedding with the One Direction singer.
She told The Sun on Sunday newspaper's Fabulous magazine: ''It was a no-brainer!
''I think you know yourself when the time's right and when you're with the right person ... My parents were engaged when they were really young and I'm old-school.
''I'm not a typical girl that's partying all the time. I just want to be with someone and let that be it.''
However, the couple's hectic schedules mean plans for their wedding haven't began yet, and Perrie admitted she doesn't want to ''go into it half-arsed'' and rush her wedding with the 'Story of My Life' hitmaker.
She added: ''Everyone's like, 'Have you planned the hen night? Have you planned this and that?'
''But we've been so busy, I I haven't. I don't want to be into it it half-arsed either. We want to do it properly.''
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