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MOPS of curly hair, cheeky smiles and twinkly eyes – this is the adorable moment when Harry met Harry.
Little Harry Moir, 6, from Inverurie, has attracted a lot of attention from the girls at his school because he is the spitting image of Harry Styles, from top X Factor band One Direction.
And as schoolgirls went wild outside the group’s Aberdeen hotel, the sixyear-old was able to compare notes with the pop star about dealing with fans.
One Direction’s Harry took a break from a vocal session with bandmates Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik to hang out with the Strathburn Primary School pupil.
He said: “I didn’t think he would look anything like me, but he looks like a little version of me. Its really strange, to be honest.”
And Harry Styles, 17, got a snap on his mobile phone with his double – because his mum asked him to.
He said: “I didn’t look anything like Harry when I was younger, my hair was blonde and straight. My mum wants a picture.”
And just as the P2 pupil recovered from meeting Harry, the rest of One Direction appeared.
The youngster managed to find a table of snacks in the hotel suite and quickly showed the teenage boys where they could get their hands on the biscuits.
Within minutes, little Harry looked very at home as part of the band.
And the singer said: “You could take my place tonight if you wanted to.”
The band was in town for the Aberdeen leg of the X Factor’s 51-date tour.
And the group has played to sell-out crowds at the Aberdeen Exhibition and HARRY wasn’t the only North-east kid to get up close and personal with some X Factor stars. Suzanne Reid, 8, showed no signs of being star stuck when the show’s winner Matt Cardle walked into the restaurant where she was dining. The Kinellar Primary School pupil approached her heroes Matt and Aiden Grimshaw as they arrived for lunch at Pizza Express on Aberdeen’s Belmont Street earlier this week. Conference Centres Press and Journal arena alongside winner Matt Cardle and runners-up Rebecca Ferguson and Cher Lloyd.
Harry thanked the Aberdeen fans for their support and said: “The shows have been brilliant with really great audiences, who are always loud. This is the second time Surprised mum Sheila, 46, of Blackburn looked on as her young daughter chatted to the stars and asked for an autograph. Sheila, a nurse, said: “You could see every body else looking, but they were too polite to go over. But she just chatted away. “Matt called her ‘sweetheart’ and she told them she was going to see the show. “She’s normally a shy girl so I was amazed at her confidence. “She would watch the show every week, and would vote for Cher Lloyd.” we’ve been to Scotland and the audiences have always been brilliant up here.
“Its definitely one of our favourite places to perform.”
Little Harry’s mum, Jill Moir, 38, a deputy head teacher at Gordon Schools in Huntly, took her son to the show with his sister Hannah, 9. She said: “He got recognised twice at the show – because he looks so muchliketheother Harry.”
STAR STRUCK: Suzanne Reid chatted with X Factor winner Matt Cardle. SPITTING IMAGE: Harry Moir, 6, with One Direction singer – and his double – Harry Styles. PART OF THE BAND: Harry with One Direction. From left, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Moir, Zayn Malik and Harry Styles.