Her band, Little Mix, went on an indefinite hiatus earlier this year.
But Perrie Edwards has remained busy and has now started a new side hustle to keep her busy.
The singer, 29, has launched a real estate business called Paxel Properties, inspired by her son Axel, 14 months old.
Perrie Edwards has remained busy and has now started a new side hustle to keep her busy since Little Mix broke up
And the hitmaker, who is engaged to Liverpool footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, could make some serious money through the venture.
A source told The Sun: “Perrie is no stranger to hard transplants and she loves to keep busy. She is commercially savvy and started the real estate business earlier this year.
“The company allows her to exchange properties and sell them at a profit, which can be a lucrative business.
“There’s a lot of money in real estate and Perrie has really turned her head.”
Sweet: The singer, 29, started a real estate business called Paxel Properties inspired by her son Axel, 14 months old
She’s not the only member of Little Mix involved in the real estate game, as her bandmate Leigh-Anne’s fiancé, footballer Andre Grey, is also involved in the deal.
He started his company G&A Organizations Ltd this year to buy old houses and turn them around.
Leigh-Anne was reportedly on hand to give him interior design advice.
Perrie has already launched another company earlier this year, launching her own clothing brand called Disora.
Following in his footsteps: She’s not the only member of Little Mix involved in the real estate game, as her bandmate Leigh-Anne’s fiancé, footballer Andre Gray (pictured), is also involved in the deal
Disora with the slogan “Luxury Fashion, Delivered Globally” sells both training gear and accessories.
Perrie, who founded the company earlier this year, took to Instagram to explain that the name is an amalgamation of two words that best explain her brand — “disoriented Ora.”
Their new venture comes after Perrie and Alex were recently devastated when thieves raided their Cheshire mansion.
It was revealed last month that thieves who raided the couple’s mansion used a ladder to gain entry.
It is reported that the burglars were experienced and entered through an upstairs window from a ladder and escaped with jewelry and designer items.
A pal told the publication: “It seems amazing that you were able to break into your own house in the evening without even being outside, but police believe this is what happened.
“It now appears they were attacked by some pretty brash and experienced criminals who had the brass neck and necessities to climb to the back of a large property and snag all this expensive gear before they were noticed.
Business savvy: Perrie launched another company earlier this year, launching her own clothing brand called Disora
“They must be quite experienced, but the police are determined to apprehend them before anyone else becomes a victim.”
According to another source, the couple felt “hurt” by the incident and were extremely “upset” after realizing what had happened.
They said: “The audacity to do this while they were in the house is appalling and they are clearly heartbroken that many valuable items, other than those that meant a lot to them financially, have been stolen.
“This is their dream home and they love living there as a family. Suddenly it feels bruised, but they are determined to get on with their lives.”
Terrible: Her new venture comes after Perrie and Alex recently rocked when thieves raided their Cheshire mansion
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk
https://www.soundhealthandlastingwealth.com/celebrity/little-mixs-perrie-edwards-launches-lucrative-property-business-named-after-her-son-axel/ Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards launches a “lucrative” real estate business named after her son, Axel