Caroline Flack told LOOK: ‘I wouldn’t edit anything out of my life. I learnt the hard way that the easiest thing is to keep it to myself. With the whole Harry situation, about 95 per cent of what was written was false. I didn’t really know where to begin. But I’ve developed thicker skin and become more hardened to it. I don’t get as upset as I used to but I’m still human..
It’s tough, I didn’t kill someone, I just went out with someone younger. But there have been more positive reactions than negative ones. At my old place, the front door opened straight on to the street. And when you walk out and you’ve got 20 men staring at you with cameras.. it was embarrassing. I’d see my neighbours and say: ‘I’m so, so sorry.’
So eventually I decided to move east because I needed more privacy, which is what this place gives me. I feel much happier now. It never made me feel unsafe, it’s just a real invasion of your life and everyone is entitled to a life. The whole year, especially the beginning, has been crazy. There’s so many silly stories made up on a daily basis that I just ignore it now.
It hasn’t been easy. I’d try not to take it too seriously, because I think that’s the way you’ve got to try to deal with it. But some of it was quite hurtful. It really was. I think it’s 100 per cent harder to be a woman than a man in the public eye. Women should stick together and understand how things can get blown out of proportion.’
Louis Tomlinson was fined and lost points on your license to drive, for ‘excessive’ speed. He may have been a little anxious to run and watch the bands that performed at the V Festival, as the event was coming when he was stopped by police. He was caught at 48 miles per hour in a zone of 40 km per hour.
Louis was fined 80 pounds (about 253 dollars) and lost 3 points on your driver’s motorista.Agora he’ll have to be more careful when driving, as it passed the test less than two years ago, which means more three points will lose their license.