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“We’ve all been invited in, and if you pay close attention, you may feel a little… awkward. Is it PDA if it’s inside your own home? Unclear, but it doesn’t appear to bother Harry either way.
The former One Director star is famously coy about his private life in public, but here – on this album, or should I say, in this house? – he’s given a teeny bit of insight, mostly in the form of… thirst.
In the lead-up to its release, Harry was clear this was his ‘most personal work yet’. Yes, all musicians say that, so we’ll all listen with added interest. But is it true?”