Caroline Flack couldn’t keep her hands off Niall Horan at a celeb bash on Mondaynight and he’s not the only young hunk she’s been linked to.
The X Factor co-host partied the night away with the One Direction star at the Dorchester after supporting boss Simon Cowell at the 24th Music Industry Trusts Awards at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel .
Caroline, 35, and Niall, 22, were necking shots as they fooled around together, and at one point, she was heard joking: “I’m old enough to be your mother”.
Could these two be more than just friends? What would Harry Styles think?
Let’s take a look at Caroline’s exes and love interests:
Caroline recently opened up about being linked to the flame-haired royal in her autobiography, Storm in a C Cup.
The 35-year-old brunette told how she was once “Prince Harry’s bit of rough” and they were forced to call it a day after the story broke.
She began seeing the 31-year-old hunk back in 2009 after the pair were introduced via their mutual friend Natalie Pinkham, a Formula One correspondent for Sky Sports.
Caroline said: “I knew she was friends with Prince Harry, and I’d never met him, so I thought, ‘Oh that’s quite exciting’, and for a moment I perked up.
“To meet a prince is so unlikely it would be weird not to acknowledge it.”
She admitted she “really liked him” but she was no longer just Caroline Flack and everyone was talking about the story.
This blurry photograph was used globally when news Caroline had moved on to another famous Harry hit the newsstands.
Harry Styles was just 17 at the time, 14 years her junior, which led her to being branded a “paedophile” and a “pervert”.
They sparked rumours of a romance in October 2011 after snogging during a boozy bash and were often flirting on camera during The X Factor.
Later on they were snapped leaving restaurants together before Harry was pictured leaving the star’s home in north London carrying an overnight bag.
In her new book, she wrote: “It began to go wrong when Harry was pictured coming out of my house one morning.
“And once that was out, it was open season. After that anyone could say anything. In the street people started shouting at me ‘paedophile’ and ‘pervert’.
“There was a moment when we just thought, s***, this has gone really dark. So perhaps we did the wrong thing, who knows