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5 March 2013, 11:24
The 'Kiss You' star says he would miss home classics like bangers and mash if he moved abroad.
One Direction star Harry Styles has alleviated fan concerns the band could move out to America in the future, admitting he would miss the British food too much.
The 'Little Things' singer, who is set to head out on tour across North America this summer, says he would never permanently relocate to the US despite the band's ever increasing fame stateside.
"They don't even know what Toad In The Hole or Branston Pickle is," Harry revealed to Celebs On Sunday this past weekend. "And if you say bangers and mash they're like, 'bangers? bangers and what?'
"Not good," Harry joked. "Time to go home when that happens."
The 'Live While We're Young' singer's bandmate Louis Tomlinson agreed with Harry's sentiment, and said the five-piece group will always be "British boys" at heart.
"Why would we?" Louis questioned, when asked if the boys plan on heading stateside permanently. "It seems like it's expected of us, but we're British boys."
Rumours emerged this week that 'Kiss You' singer Harry is planning to hire military style security for the band's upcoming US leg, after being hit by a shoe during a concert in Glasgow this past week.
One Direction's 'Take Me Home' world tour continues this Thursday (7th March) with a show at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, before arriving in the US this June.