LITTLE Mix look set to add to their pop millions with a new single and sixth album.
New documents reveal stars Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson have quietly banked £700,000 on top of their Little Mix pop millions.
They set up new private firms in 2018. After allowing for bills they made £500,000 in profits between them.
Little Mix pay their pop millions into Eternal Dance Media and Eternal Magic Touring.
They paid £14.7m in dividends to the girls over the past two years – amounting to £3,675,000 each.
On top of these payouts the firms retained £4.3m as at latest accounts.
There are no records as yet on Companies House to show Leigh-Anne Pinnock has any companies on top of those she has with Little Mix.
Each firm set up by the three is registered under their first and middle names.
Perrie Edwards runs Perrie Louise, Jade Thirwell runs Jade Amelia and Jesy Nelson runs Jessica Louise.
They all list their nature of business on Companies House as ‘other business support activities not elsewhere classified.’
All accounts are made up to 31 March 2020. Top earner so far at the private firms is Jade Thirwell.
Her Jade Amelia firm returned a £230,032 profit after banking £312,959 in accounts dated 31 March 2020.
Thirwell has two other firms on top of Jade Amelia.
They are Upside Down Investments and Chain Reaction Entertainment, though there are no accounts as yet for these firms which she set up in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Perrie Edwards made £179,508 after banking £239,945 at Perrie Louise, while Jesy Nelson made a £91,209 profit after banking £144,623.