Belfast Telegraph

Monday 29 December 2014

Styles has fatherhood plan

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 25: Musician Harry Styles of One Direction attends the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center on August 25, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV)
Harry Styles

Harry Styles says he is feeling “quite broody”.

The One Direction heartthrob may have a reputation as a womaniser, but it seems he is looking forward to settling down. When asked what he wants to do following the band’s success in the US, Harry hinted he may be turning his attentions to his private life.

“I haven’t had kids yet. I can’t wait to have kids. Quite broody. Yeah,” he said in an interview with British magazine Grazia.

However, when his bandmate Niall Horan pointed out that he was being quizzed on what he wants to “happen next”, Harry was quick to clarify his answer.

“I don’t mean right now. I mean, when I eventually have kids, that’s something I’m looking forward to,” he added.

The 19-year-old has attracted adoring fans all over the world thanks to his boyish good looks and curly hair. He is often surrounded by hysterical teenage girls who have a crush on him and admitted the attention can be overwhelming at times.

“It’s a bit weird,” he confessed. “I mean, you never walk around and think, ‘Everybody fancies me.’ But we’ll get over it.”

Harry was also reluctant to speak about money.

It has been claimed that One Direction will be worth a billion dollars by the end of 2013. This year has proved profitable for the boys following a successful world tour, the release of their 3D movie This Is Us and records sales of 30 million.

“We don’t really talk about that,” he replied when asked how much money he has.

When he was told other pop stars have boasted about their wealth in previous interviews, Harry was visibly shocked.

“Do they?” he said. “What? They just said how much they earned? We don’t talk about that.”

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