Flourishes in the life of the British singer Harry Styles will not go unnoticed by the world’s most powerful man, who has spent much of his time around the world during the past year.
In an interview with the Times of London, the 42-year-old revealed he was planning to donate his prized flower collections to the charity in his honour.
“I think it’s important that people have something to look at that they can take home with them and give them a touch of their own,” he said.
The Times reported that Styles, who is known as Harry to fans and critics alike, is donating more than 1,000 flowers from his collection to the London-based charity, which aims to help people with developmental disabilities and other health problems.
It is not the first time Styles has expressed his appreciation for the charitable efforts of the group, which is run by the British government and aims to provide financial assistance to people with disabilities.
In September, he tweeted that the charity had helped him get his first haircut and “give me a haircut for life”.
Styles said that his collection is among the most beautiful of his, and he wants to do more to support the charity’s work. “
Flower collections are the most personal way of showing how we are all connected and how our lives have meaning.”
Styles said that his collection is among the most beautiful of his, and he wants to do more to support the charity’s work.
He said: “Flowers for Harry has been one of my favourite things ever and I’m really looking forward to doing more with it.”