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Louis Tomlinson 'continues to try and establish family unit'

Published 29/05/2016

Louis Tomlinson
Louis Tomlinson

Louis Tomlinson is said to still be struggling with spending time in the company of both his girlfriend Danielle Campbell and son Freddie.

Louis Tomlinson apparently feels as though he's living a double life by keeping his girlfriend separate from his baby.

The One Direction star welcomed tot Freddie with former friend Briana Jungwirth in January (16), though the pair have never taken their relationship to the next level. Louis is now dating The Originals actress Danielle Campbell and the new couple has been putting on regular public displays of affection over the last couple of months.

However, this isn't said to be enough for Briana to feel comfortable with Louis taking their son on a break with his new love interest.

"Louis is serious about Danielle, and wants them to become a close family unit," a source told Britain's Closer magazine. "But when he spoke to Briana about Freddie coming on holiday with them both overnight, Briana said she's not keen as she worries it would be destabilising for Freddie at his age. It's a massive blow to Louis, he feels like he's living a double life having to keep his experiences with Freddie separate from Danielle."

To add to the rumoured drama, it was recently claimed that Briana has banned Louis from entering her house after he allowed Danielle to spend time with Freddie. As a result, the pop star has been spotted picking up his son in car parks rather than inside Briana's home.

But other insiders insist this isn't the case, and that Louis is paying for the place where the mother of his baby is living, therefore he wouldn't be kept away. It's also thought the 24-year-old singer has turned down work back in the U.K. and in other locations around the globe to spend time with his little one in Los Angeles.

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