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Monday 30 May 2016

One Direction's Harry Styles 'watching diet'

Published 12/05/2014

Harry Styles
Harry Styles

Harry Styles has reportedly asked tour caterers to add sushi and green tea to the daily menu.

The One Direction boys are currently on their Where We Are world tour, which will see them play venues around the world for the next five months.

While the group tuck into their daily meals Harry has allegedly asked for a few dietary additions to be made to the food choices, much to the amusement of the rest of the band.

"Alongside the normal menus, Harry has put in his own special request of one sushi meal and five cups of green tea a day," an insider divulged to British newspaper Daily Star.

“But the other boys are now betting money on when he’ll crack. They want none of the sushi and green tea, and find it funny he’s asking their chefs to prepare what they consider girlie food.”

Although his bandmates tease him, Harry's mature palette has pleased the tour caterers.

“Harry is the most adventurous eater," revealed Sarah Nicholas, who is in charge of the band's food. "He likes his Asian food and fish.”

Meal times serve as a source of comfort for the band and they have a daily routine which keeps homesickness at bay.

Harry and his bandmates Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson have brought their own slice of British table manners on tour with them.

“They all eat together at the same table – which has the same powder blue and white spotty tablecloth and napkins in every city. It helps give them a sense of routine and homeliness," the insider added.

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