With two One Direction babies already in the world, of course fans are wondering if fatherhood is already on the minds of the guys without babies. Namely, Harry Styles and Niall Horan, since Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne have already welcomed their sons into the world.
Those who were wondering, might have gotten the answer they were looking for in the most hysterical way possible. The topic of babies and fatherhood definitely came up during an interview Harry Styles did with On Air With Ryan Seacrest.
The “Sign of the Times” singer called in to promote his new movie Dunkirk, but the talk quickly switched to fatherhood once a bunch of fan questions were asked by host, Ryan Seacrest to the musician.
Of course everyone wants to know if Hazza will be the third member of the band to welcome a little bundle of joy into the world, and although he admitted he would love be a father someday – the time doesn’t seem to soon.
When asked if he thought about having children, and if he’d come up with names for them he said, “I mean, yeah. I think so. I’ve never thought about naming them, but when I’m in that place definitely, yeah.”
Things then took a hilarious turn when the “Kiwi” singer was flat-out asked by Ryan if he would consider naming his first child Niall. Of course everyone had a good laugh over the question, but Hazza did not hold back with his answer. He said, “I think she would be adorable.”
“She would be just an absolute heartbreaker,” the singer continued to say.
We’re just laughing over here at that hysterical shade. Okay, so yeah Harry was obviously just joking but we can’t help but wonder how Niall feels about all of this.
No doubt he knows it’s all in good fun, but that doesn’t stop everyone from wanting to see a reaction from the Irish heartthrob. We're patently waiting over here for your comeback, Niall.
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