Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Styles gets together with Norwegian fan

Published 09/05/2013

Harry Styles
Harry Styles

Harry Styles reportedly got together with a Norwegian girl who he met at a party bus full of One Direction fans.

The Sun claims that the One Direction heart-throb got together with blonde student Camilla Foss, 18, after she invited him to the ‘wild bash’.

Camilla had met Harry while eating at the band’s Oslo hotel before a One Direction gig and had been following the boyband on tour with friends.

“Harry was overjoyed to get the invite to jump on the bus with screaming fans,” a source told the newspaper. “There were loads of girls pawing him, but he focused on Camilla. It got pretty sweaty in there.”

The singer has earned himself a reputation as something of a ladies man after his high profile romances with Taylor Swift and UK TV presenter Caroline Flack.

Harry, who has recently been linked to Rod Stewart’s daughter Kimberly, reportedly took Camilla’s phone number after the party.

“Fans are saying they’ve been seen kissing and she’s been spotted at his hotel,” the source added.

A photograph reportedly showing the couple posing together was subsequently posted on Twitter.

Harry certainly seemed to enjoy himself in the Norwegian capital.

“Oslo was amazing,” he tweeted. “Thanks for having us. One of my favourite places in the world.”

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