Watch Out Kendall Jenner: Harry Styles Reunites with Ex-girlfriends
By Sonam Malik | March 27, 2014 8:38 PM EST
Harry Styles is a true ladies man. The One Direction singer was spotted with two of his exes in London while celebrating Fudge Urban's launch into American stores on March 25. Styles was invited to Ace Hotel in London, where he ran into his ex-girlfriends Caroline Flack and Fudge's brand ambassador Lou Teasdale.
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Harry Styles. Credits: Facebook/ Harry Styles
Apparently, both the girls had a gala time with Styles and the former flames were more than friendly towards each other. Meanwhile, fans wonder what Styles' recent ex Kendall Jenner has to say about this.
Jenner is reportedly devastated after her relationship with the One Directioner went kaput. A source had revealed that Jenner is leaning onto her sisters for support and has also befriended Selena Gomez for some advice on love.
"Kendall has been leaning on Selena for support over her breakup with Harry. She reached out to Selena because she has always admired how she has dealt with her very public roller coaster relationship with Justin," a friend of the Kardashian family revealed, adding, "Selena is like a big sister to her," reported Hollywoodlife.
However, it seems Styles is happy mingling with his exes and has no intention of getting back with Jenner. A few weeks back, the British boybander was even seen getting involved in PDA with "The Kills" star Allison Mosshart, indicating that he is over the leggy model.
Meanwhile, apart from Styles, the other One Directioner who made his presence felt on Tuesday, March 25 was Niall Horan. Horan was invited to Buckingham palace to meet Queen Elizabeth II and he indeed looked dapper in a navy blue suit and striped shirt.
Horan took to twitter to rave about his meeting with the queen. "I would [like] to thank @BritishMonarchy and of course queen Elizabeth for her invite to Buckingham palace yesterday evening, " he wrote.
The British crooner even posted a slew of photos from the event.
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