Just when we thought we couldn’t possibly love Harry Styles any more, the singer shared the most WHOLESOME moment with one of his primary school teachers mid-concert!
Harry paused his Manchester concert to locate his primary school teacher in the crowd to pay special thanks to Mrs Vernon of Hermitage Primary School and the singer sweetly dedicated his performance of 'Canyon Moon' to her.
Harry located one of his teachers in the crowd and had her beaming from ear to ear on the giant screen behind him.
Honestly, imagine the one and only Harry Styles personally picking you out from the crowd, we’d be dead.
Harry shared his appreciation for the teacher saying: “I just want to thank you for everything in those formative years. Thank you so much”.
"It means a lot to me that you’re here tonight, you were truly a wonderful teacher. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, it means a lot that you’re here and I’m dedicating this next song to you.”
Harry joked: “Can you imagine dealing with me when I was four?"
"I was very fun.”
Turns out the teacher who he saw at the concert was not his first teacher Mrs Vernon, it was actually Mrs Bailey, who did still teach him in his early years.
That’s just a little awkward…but still incredibly cute.
The night after the gig, the real Mrs Vernon appeared on BBC Radio 2, where she revealed the former One Direction star was a "cheeky monkey" when he was little and showed all the signs of wanting to be a performer early on.
She said: “I taught him when he was four and five and he was adorable. He was a little bit of a monkey, cheeky, and he had lots of friends so a lot of his personality that you see now was quite evident from an early age.
“The best performance that I remember was when he was Elvis in the performance of 'Joseph' that he did. But yeah, in everything he was amazing, all the teachers here are just so proud of him and so excited about this and everything that he’s achieved.”
She added of the sweet gesture at the show: “Thank you Harry for that lovely message, I was very touched by it.”
Mrs. Vernon confirmed that the lady who waved, Mrs. Bailey, is one of her colleagues at the school.