During the rest of the interview, where she also talks about cooking and her blog, Tess mentions that the fall-out from being linked to Harry hasn’t exactly been positive.“Snapchat I’ve deleted, Twitter — don’t really do it. At the moment I’m getting a lot of direct messages there, but I respectfully choose not to reply to them, because they’re all, like, er… I want a break,” she said.“It’s been so weird, the hate messages... “I’m not the kind of person who’s interested in fame and if you’re put in an environment which you don’t understand and you can’t control and you don’t want, it’s horrible.”She adds: “Reporters have turned up at my mum’s house several times, at my old house.
I just want to do what I love and that’s cook, it really is.”All-in-all, it isn’t really surprising considering One Direction fans – in their extreme – are known to send death threats, make voodoo dolls, and stalk out both the band members’ and their families’ houses on a regular basis.
It’s the Love Island fun fact we’ve all been waiting to get out, and on last night’s episode it got addressed at last.
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And since Harry has now embarked on yet another phase of his ultra-famous life with his solo album, we don’t see that changing all that much.
where he addressed the rumours that he and British singer Sam Smith dated.