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We no longer have a parent-child relationship.’ We were aged between ten and 17. His argument is that he gave our mother money when we were younger.
The first time I met the ‘other woman’ was when Dad turned up at my boarding school to take me out for dinner. That was how I discovered she was expecting his baby. He was obliged by court to pay for us until we were out of full-time education, so my mother received some money from him while we went through school. This amounted to about five per cent of his wealth.
I think she needed to have someone affirm the way she felt. My parents used to fight a lot, usually about money, so I guess them being apart wasn’t exactly a bad thing.
She was upset, so I can’t judge her on her actions. The most significant memory I have is of Dad crying over the phone insisting that he wasn’t ‘a bad father’. To this day he chastises me for not calling him often enough.
One Direction's HARRY STYLES 'When I was seven my mum [pictured above] and dad divorced and that was quite a weird time. I didn't really get what was going on properly - I was just sad that my parents wouldn't be together any more.'My mother was a mess and started drinking heavily. Things were quite bad between Dad and my brother, who was worried about my mother.
They had rows when he was a teenager, slamming doors and the like.
My sister is seven years older than me and moved out shortly after the divorce. I was only five and didn’t really understand what was happening.We were in Dad’s temporary custody for five years until the divorce was finalised, then we went to Mum. Dad would say that Mum took all his money and ruined his life.