One Direction Member's Scandalous Dating History
18-year-old Harry Styles from One Direction has young girls clamoring for his attention, however, it seems he prefers older women, as reports surface that the pop star has been involved with two women in their 30s. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
Young girls everywhere throw themselves at the red hot boy band, One Direction, but it turns out one member of the group likes older women. Harry Styles has enjoyed romantic flings with two women in their thirties.
"If you like someone, then you like them, regardless," said Styles.
Earlier this year the 18-year-old called it off with 32-year-old British TV host, Caroline Flack.
The two dated for three months. They broke up earlier this year. Styles confirmed the relationship in a tweet about the breakup, saying, 'Please know I didn't "dump" Caroline. This was a mutual decision. She is one of the kindest, sweetest people I know.'
Turns out Flack might not be the first cougar to sink her claws into Styles. Last year he was rumored to have had an affair with 32-year-old, married, DJ Lucy Horobin. According to London's Mirror newspaper, the two met when she interviewed One Direction on her radio show. A source told the paper, "[Harry] couldn't resist Lucy's beautiful looks. He found her really witty and very sexy."
Styles could actually be seen in a documentary mouthing the words "I love you" to Horobin.
Styles says that right now he does not have a steady girlfriend.
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