Perrie Edwards and fiancé Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain dress baby son Axel in an adorable Halloween costume to go pumpkin picking
Their world was recently rocked when thieves raided their Cheshire mansion.
Taking to Instagram, the former Little Mix singer uploaded snaps from the day out, including a smiley family group selfie showing herself and her footballer beau, both 29, with their baby boy, 14-months,
Trick or treat! On Saturday, Perrie Edwards and fiancé Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, both 29, dressed their baby son Axel, 14-months, in an cute Halloween costume to go pumpkin picking
While Perrie and Alex kept things casual in black hoodies and jumpers, they ensured their son was centre of attention.
Little Axel looked incredibly sweet in a pumpkin baby grow and hat to match, with his costume worn over his own black tracksuit.
The sweet little boy was photographed tottering around the pumpkin patch, where at one point he lay forwards over a large pumpkin.
Happy Halloween: Taking to Instagram, the former Little Mix singer uploaded snaps from the day out, showing off their baby boy
Fun: The sweet little boy was photographed tottering around the pumpkin patch
Cutie: Little Axel looked incredibly sweet in a pumpkin baby grow and hat to match, with his costume worn over his own black tracksuit
Their wholesome outing comes after it was revealed last month that thieves who raided the couple’s Cheshire mansion gained access using a ladder,
It is reported that the burglars were experienced and entered through an upstairs window from a ladder and escaped with jewellery and designer items.
A pal told the publication: ‘It seems astonishing that you could be burgled in your own home during the evening without even being out, but that’s what police believe happened.
‘It now looks as though they were targeted by some fairly brazen and experienced criminals who had the brass neck and the wherewithal to climb the back of a large property and get hold of all this expensive kit before they were noticed.
‘They must be pretty seasoned but police are determined to get hold of them before anyone else falls victim.’
The couple were left feeling ‘violated’ by the incident and extremely ‘upset’ after realising what had happened, according to another source.
They said: ‘The brazenness of doing it while they were in the house is terrifying, and obviously they’re heartbroken that a lot of valuable items which meant a great deal to them, not just financially, have been taken.
‘This is their dream home and they love their life there as a family. Suddenly it feels tarnished, but they’re determined to get on with their lives.’