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30 April 2013, 16:18
The 'DNA' stars say it is an "amazing feeling" to be looked up to by so many people.
Little Mix have opened up about the start of their success in America, and say it is an "amazing feeling" to be role models to all of their younger fans.
The 'Wings' stars are preparing to release their album stateside later this month, and says parents often come up to thank them for being such positive induces on their children.
"A lot of girls tell us we're their inspiration and role models and that is just from us being ourselves," Little Mix's leigh-Anne Pinnock told The Sun this week. "I think parents see us as their kids' role models as well, because of the inspirational lyrics that we write.
"Maybe that's part of it, they love 'Change Your Life' our there because of the message it has," she continued. "We've had parents come up and thank us for giving their children someone to look up to.
"That's an amazing feeling," Leigh-Anne added.
Check out a picture of Little Mix out in Paris recently below (Credit: PA):
Little Mix's first album 'DNA' drops in the US on 28th May and they have recently returned to the studio to work on new music.