Their latest album Glory Days has kept its place at Number 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart, equalling an Official Albums Chart record set by Destiny’s Child.
It's Little Mix's 4th week at the chart summit, matching Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle's reign for a girl group on top of the album charts this millennium.
The all time record is however some way off, with 15 weeks at Number 1 set by the Spice Girls between 1996 and 1997.
Despite only being released in November, Little Mix's Glory Days has officially become one of the biggest sellers of 2016.
The record ranks in at Number 7 in the Official Charts Company's list of the The Official Top 40 Biggest Albums of 2016, with sales of more than 430,000.
Over in the singles chart and Little Mix enjoy two placings in the Top 10: Touch is a non-mover at Number 4 while former Number 1 single Shout Out to My Ex is at Number 9.
The girls' track Oops is also on course to do well, climbing 30 places to Number 41 this week.
Elsewhere, 2015 X Factor winner Louisa Johnson is up 3 places to Number 15 with So Good while 2012 champ James Arthur's past chart topper Say You Won't Let Go remains in the Top 10 at Number 8.