Little Mix will take a hiatus when they become ''too cringe''.

The girl group - which includes Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall - have no plans to take a break from the music industry but would consider it if people thought they were embarrassing.

Leigh-Anne said: ''I don't think we'd ever be like, 'It's over.'''

Whilst Jesy added: ''We'd stop if it got to a point where people are like, 'They're so done, why are they still trying?' We don't want to be too cringe.''

However, when they do eventually decide to take a break, they are already planning their replacement.

Leigh-Anne shared to The Guardian newspaper: ''Can we all just promise we'll have children around the same time to form another band?''

And Jade chimed in: ''Or have them at the same time so we can all come back together.''

Meanwhile, the 'Shout Out To My Ex' hitmakers recently penned an autobiography and found the whole experience very therapeutic.

Jesy shared: ''It's weird when you have to relive certain things. It can be really emotional to go back to a time which wasn't very nice for you.

''It was hard for all of us but at the same time it was like therapy.''

The band hope their book will help out young girls who are going through the same things they did.

Jesy added: ''We just love the fact that our fans relate to us so much and that young girls will read this who are going through the same thing.

''I know that I've come out the other end a better person and that's what we try to do with our music so it's great to be able to do it in a book.''