LITTLE Mix are laughing all the way to the bank after earning £5million BEFORE they kicked off their final tour.
Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards each took home over £1.7m in the last 12 months.
They're expecting another bumper payday next year and will bank millions more thanks to their sellout Confetti shows.
According to filed accounts for their company Eternal Magic Touring Ltd, which handles earnings from their live performances, the girls had over £7million in assets.
Even after deductions the threesome still had capital and reserves of close to £5million.
The figures were made up to the period August 31, 2021.
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Last November it was revealed the band were forced to pay Jesy Nelson more than £3million when she quit the band after nine years due to her mental health.
She received £1,901,304 from Eternal Magic Touring Ltd and an additional £1,201,390 from Eternal Dance Media the company that handles their music and advertising deals.
Accounts for Eternal Dance Media are not due until September but latest available accounts up to December 2020 showed Little Mix had an impressive £6,452,837 in assets.
The trio gave an emotional speech before a wild party to celebrate their final concert before going their separate ways.
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They were in high spirits following their epic performance at The O2 Area in London.
But it was undoubtedly a bittersweet moment for the girls as they plan to go on hiatus and pursue solo projects.
In snaps from the party, Jade, 29, Leigh, 30, and Perrie, 28, addressed the crowd before the celebrations following a successful 10 years as the UK's biggest girl group.
Jade said: "We love each other so much. We are sisters. We are family.
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"It is very bittersweet but it is the best time to do this because we are stronger than ever.
"We are happier than ever. And we're already counting down to the reunion, so don't worry about it!"
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