Last week we said that any girls planning to date the gorgeous Harry Styles would have their work cut out.
And as predicted Hazza’s supposed new squeeze Tess Ward has found herself being trolled by silly fans who can’t deal with the fact that he’s dating someone else.
Their ‘relationship’ has only been ‘out there’ for the past week and already those wicked online warriors have been plaguing her with nasty messages, the poor love.
Not only has she been inundated with nasty messages from Hazza fans, she’s also had certain individuals give her nasty one-star Amazon reviews for her book, The Naked Diet.
The weird thing is, all these negative comments have suddenly started appearing since news broke that the gorgeous pair have been seen out and about together.
Obviously the keen cook has taken the comments to heart and has made a admirably cool reference to them in a new post she has uploaded.
Writing alongside the new post, she wrote: “Brunch for dinner is never a bad idea on the weekend!
“Also for everyone following and messaging me, I am thankful but please be kind to me.
“All I want is to share beautiful food with you all.”
She also posted a clip of her wearing boxing gloves with the comment “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”.
So trolls, watch out – she looks pretty handy with her fists!
In order to make sure she doesn’t get any more upset by horrid comments, Tess has also cannily disabled the comments on her posts.
Meanwhile, Harry has broached the subject of his sexuality and says he doesn’t feel the need to label himself.
“Being in a creative field, it’s important to be progressive. People doing stuff like that is great,” he told Dan Wootton at The Sun.
“It’s weird for me — everyone should just be who they want to be.
“It’s tough to justify somebody having to answer to someone else about stuff like that.
“I don’t feel like it’s something I’ve ever felt like I have to explain about myself.”
He also spoke about how he managed to steer clear of drink and drugs while in One Direction.
“On the first couple of tours it was so exciting as we’d have a drink and go to parties,” he recalled.
“But for me, the albums got higher so they become harder to sing so I knew if I didn’t come off stage and go to bed I wouldn’t be able to sing the next night.
“Also, it’s just not for me. I’d rather wake up with a clear head. I’m not straight edge or anything. I’ll celebrate and hang out with friends when it’s the right time.
“But I like knowing I’m not going to be stressing about having to do something the next day.
“I usually go long stretches without having anything, have a couple of drinks and wake up feeling like [bleep], so I have another long stretch of not drinking.”
What a goody two shoes.