Harry Styles admits he cheated on Victoria’s Secret model Camille Rowe

Harry Styles has made one of his most shocking confessions to date – the fact he cheated on his Victoria's Secret model girlfriend.

The 25-year-old singer – who used to be in boy band One Direction – admitted his infidelity to Camille Rowe, 29, on his new album.

He opened up about his year-long relationship with the French model and suggested his unfaithfulness was the reason it ended in July 2018.

On the sixth song of his new album Fine Line, lyrics hint he may have cheated on the Victoria's Secret beauty.

He sings: "I'm in bed and you're not here. And there's no one to blame but the drink and my wandering hands."

But the track follows on from an acoustic song named Cherry where he mocks her new boyfriend.

The supermodel ventured into a new romance with art collector Theo Niarchos, whose dad has a multi-million pound collection.

A broken Harry pleads: "Don't you call him 'baby', we're not talking lately. Don't you call him what you used to call me", before adding: "Does he take you walking round his parents' gallery?"


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He recently revealed he is very uncomfortable with his sex symbol status and the lustful attention he recieves.

The star said sex used to be a taboo for him and he hates the thought of other people discussing his relationships and sex life.

It comes after years of speculation over his sexuality, with many fans believing he had a secret relationship with ex band mate Louis Tomlinson.


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And his tumultuous love life has also grabbed headlines, following high profile flings with the likes of  Taylor Swift  and Caroline Flack.

But the star told Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1 that he hates the attention.

When asked about his sex symbol status, he said it was "so uncomfortable".

"Honestly, I’d say I try and think about it as little as possible, because it’s a very strange, dynamic thing", he added.

“It’s also like a weird thing to think of about yourself.

“I guess the thing with like sex, in general, is like, it used to feel so much more taboo for me.

“Even like when we were in the band, the thought of people thinking that I had sex was like, oh no, that’s crazy. What if they know?”

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