Harry Styles is playing his one and only gig in Ireland tonight, but the global superstar has been making the most of his trip to the country. Styles will play in front of a sold out Aviva Stadium crowd as part of his 'Love On Tour' world tour.
On Tuesday evening, Harry was spotted going for a swim at the Vico Baths in Killiney with his girlfriend Olivia Wilde and Bono's daughter Eve Hewson.
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Harry was then pictured by fans strolling around Dublin City Centre and enjoying a meal in South William Street.
Videos of Harry Styles arriving at the Vico Baths are somewhat hilarious, with fans of the Watermelon Sugar singer struggling to keep their cool as he walked past the groups of people.
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Harry popping in to a fan’s video in Dublin!
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Matt Damon's Irish Lockdown
If you're thinking there is something familiar looking about Harry Styles casually walking down for his swim holding a plastic bag then you're right. Back in April 2020, during the first lockdown, Hollywood actor Matt Damon was famously pictured heading for a swim in Dalkey, holding a SuperValu plastic bag .
Damon had been filming for his movie The Last Duel just as the COVID-19 Pandemic began, leading to the Academy Award winner being isolated in a mansion in Dalkey for some time.
Matt Damon being stuck in Ireland buying bags of Tuborg in Super Valu is keeping me going. pic.twitter.com/wJhJ8MvtRZ
— Seán Sheehan (@SeanSheehanBA) April 17, 2020
Speaking after the picture went viral, Damon revealed that he was considering move to Ireland after lockdown.
Talking to Marc Maron on the WTF Podcast, Matt said:
"When we did the lockdown, we started the lockdown in Ireland because we were shooting a movie. It was so f***ing great,
"We loved it there so much and I was kind of in the back of my head, ‘I could move here. I could live here.’ It’s beautiful."
"We had a few people in our little group and we were like, ‘well we’ve got all these houses for three months’ so we just moved into these houses and just kind of took it over and had just the best time."