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He was back in Holmes Chapel last weekend and enjoyed visiting his favourite local restaurant. But Harry Styles has never let his stratospheric level of fame go to his head, and his frequent trips back home to his native Cheshire prove he still has his feet on the ground. It's almost a decade since the fresh-faced floppy-haired Holmes Chapel Comprehensive student became an instant hit with the 3,strong live X Factor audience when he first appeared on our screens back in He had previously been the lead singer of local band White Eskimo with his school friends and had always wanted to audition for the X Factor but up until turning 16 in had always been too young. But as the show catapulted One Direction into the public domain, Harry's fame rocketed and back home, his sleepy home village was uniting behind the star in its midst. You'll still have to unload the dishwasher when you get home. Despite performing in some of the world's most breathtaking venues and nabbing a starring role in Hollywood blockbuster Dunkirk, he still makes frequent trips back home to Cheshire, even as recently as last weekend when he enjoyed a Cantonese meal at Fortune City in Holmes Chapel. It's the same place he chose to take pop superstar Taylor Swift for her 23rd birthday when the two were dating back in During her visit to Cheshire, Harry took her out for country drives to show off the sights of his home county, and the two were also spotted at the George and Dragon in Great Budworth. And Harry is only too happy to pose for selfies and pictures with fans, spending time talking with them and even his fellow diners.
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles had a short-lived romance, but five years after they were an item, it's still one of Swift's most-talked about relationships. In a new interview with Rolling Stone , Styles opens up -- perhaps more than he ever has -- about Swift and their time together. There's a lot of things that can be right, and it's still wrong," the year-old told the magazine. You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad. Meeting someone new, sharing those experiences, it's the best s--t ever.