One Direction’s Harry Styles is amazing! He knows how valuable fans are to a musician, and he went out of his way to soothe an admirer having a panic attack.
The curly-haired heartthrob was at a One Direction book signing when he spied a sobbing girl who’d apparently broken down in a full-blown panic attack. Noble Harry immediately approached the fan, not caring about his safety, as he took the poor girl into his arms and comforted her.
The fan, who’s only been identified so far as Ruth, reported she’d been “dying” to meet Harry for so many years. When she suddenly got the chance to come face to face with her idol at the London book signing, it suddenly became all too much for her.
“This time yesterday, I was breaking down and having a panic attack,” Buzzfeed reported Ruth tweeting. Incidentally, her Twitter username is “I Love Harry So Much.” After learning of his kindness at this incident, you’re not alone, girlfriend. We love him, too.
Shockingly, Harry totally ignored his bodyguard’s warning not to mix with the rest of the mortals but, instead, broke through the security barriers to make sure his teenage fan was okay. He hugged her for long minutes, telling her he loved her while waiting for her to calm down.
He even stayed with her until the ambulance with the paramedics arrived and thanked them to take care of her. If we were that fan and our number one idol was declaring his love, we’re thinking our panic attack would be one of the swooning, fainting variety. Lucky Ruth!
Here’s a short clip of Harry and Ruth for you to digest and sigh over.
Kind of reminds us of Angelina Jolie who soothed another distraught admirer behind the barriers when she exited “The Daily Show” last week. That’s a great example for young Styles to take. Let’s just hope no other devious 1D fangirl tries this ploy again in a bid to get close to Harry, or any other 1Dmember for that matter.
But we heart you, Harry, very, very much!
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