Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Harry Styles pulls wedding stunt

Harry Styles appeared on a video at a fan's wedding

Harry Styles delighted a bride when he urged her to go off with him instead of her husband-to-be at her wedding.

The One Direction heartthrob delivered the jokey request in a surprise video, which was played on fan Tash Gershfield's big day.

Harry, wearing a dark jumper and wide-brimmed hat, says in the film: "Tash, you don't have go through with this. It's not too late."

Struggling to keep a straight face, he adds: "I'll be waiting at Orli's in Borehamwood for the next three hours. If you don't come I understand... but that's where I'll be."

After going through with her wedding, Tash posted the video on Instagram, writing: "A video from the one and only harry which was played at my wedding!!!!!!!"

Her husband wrote: "Thanks @harrystyles for doing this for my wedding. Thankfully @tashgershfieldx stayed to marry me," Mail Online reported

Tash was also given a signed guitar from the boyband and she shared a snap of the gift on her page.

The stunt came after One Direction delighted 53 seriously ill children at Wembley Arena.

The band, who are ambassadors for Rays of Sunshine Children's Charity, answered questions from the children before posing for pictures.

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