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19 October 2012, 10:35
The pop star was stopped by the police to check he was OK after being followed by photographers on bikes
One Direction star Harry Styles met up with his bandmates yesterday (18th October) for a meeting at a London recording studio.
One Direction star Harry Styles was offered assistance by the police yesterday (18th October) while out driving in his Range Rover after being chased by paparazzi photographers on motorbikes.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' singer was heading out to join bandmates Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik at a recording studio in central London when he police stopped him to check he was OK.
Harry was said to be thankful for the police concern about the situation but told them he was fine and continued on his way to meet up with the rest of One Direction.
The 'Gotta Be You' singer and his bandmates Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne were later pictured outside the studio alongside a tall bodyguard as they headed in, presumably to work on some last minute adjustments for their upcoming album 'Take Me Home'.
Harry was pictured wearing a Pink Floyd band t-shirt and black jeans while Zayn opted for a white t-shirt and leather jacket and Niall kept it casual in a pair of grey jogging bottoms and a white t-shirt.
This week also saw Harry revealing some of his brand new tattoos, which include several small designs near his left wrist, and the phrases 'Things I Can' and 'Things I Can't' on his upper forearms.
Check out a picture of One Direction stars Harry Styles and Zayn Malik arriving at a studio below (Credit: Splash):
Harry's bandmates have also been getting more tattoos in recent weeks with Louis Tomlinson showing off his first design of a small stickman figure near his elbow.
One Direction will follow the release of their recent single 'Live While We're Young' with a second single called 'Little Things' later this year.
One Direction's new album 'Take Me Home' is use out on 12th November.