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One Direction’s Niall Horan seen strolling through the southwestern seaside town Bath City News

Beloved boy band member Niall Horan was spotted strolling through a southwestern seaside town this afternoon (Saturday May 1).

Devon Live Reports that the Irish singer-songwriter, a former member of the global group One Direction, was seen wandering around Salcombe, Devon, wearing a white T-shirt, blue shirt and green coat dark.

He also reportedly held a green and white umbrella over his head to save his famous locks from the rain.

A few people were very excited about his appearance, with one person tweeting: “BRB is going to Salcombe to find Niall Horan.”

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Another said: “Just a minute … Niall Horan is in bloody Salcombe.”

The 27-year-old star was spotted by eagle-eyed fans outside Salcombe Ice Cream and Cranch’s Traditional Sweet Shop on Fore Street around 12:20 p.m.

It is not known how long the singer has been in the resort town or how long he plans to stay.

Recently, Niall admitted that he “struggled” with the attention of One Direction fans during the group’s heyday and that he “felt like a prisoner” as they rose to fame across the world, according to the. Mirror.

The 27-year-old Irish singer opened up about his time with the band on Dermot O’Leary’s podcast People, Just People.

He told her about feeling trapped in the group, mostly due to their fanatic fans.

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Dermot asked if he had ever felt like a ‘prisoner’, to which Niall replied: ‘Several times yes, because we were 17, 18, 19 the first few years, and I had hard with that.

“As you know, I have to do something all the time and the idea of ​​closing the curtain in my hotel room was just crazy to me.

“I really had a hard time with the idea, ‘Why don’t you let us out? We just want to go for a walk! “But you can’t get into a fan’s brain.”

But he added: “Now I get it completely, but back then we were like, ‘You are our age, will you let us out so we can walk down the street! You have to understand!'”

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This notice was published: 2021-05-01 17:50:13