Harry Styles’ teacher Ms Vernon praises the singer’s ‘beautiful tribute’ to her during his concert

Harry Styles’ teacher Ms Vernon has hailed the singer’s ‘magnificent tribute’ after he stopped worrying at Old Trafford to dedicate a song to her.

Speaking in Lorraine on Friday, Ms Vernon admitted she was not actually present at the concert where the star paid tribute, but was told by one of her colleagues who was part of the crowd of 74,000 fans.

At his Wednesday gig, Harry repeatedly told the crowd how special it was to play his ‘home show’ just around the corner from where he grew up at Holmes Chapel in Cheshire and even tried to find his old teacher.

Sweet: Harry Styles’ teacher Ms Vernon hailed the singer’s ‘beautiful tribute’ after he ended his trepidation at Old Trafford to dedicate a song to him

Ms Vernon told Lorraine: ‘I would have loved to be there but Ms Bailey, my colleague who was there, she called straight away.

“I watched the video and it was just such a great tribute and a really, really good thing for him to do.”

Asked by Lorraine if he was always a ‘little angel’ during his primary school years, his teacher added: ‘From time to time. Sometimes he was an angel. Sometimes he could be, you know…he has a cheeky, adorable side.

Kind: During his concert on Wednesday, Harry repeatedly told the crowd how special it was to play his

Kind: During his concert on Wednesday, Harry repeatedly told the crowd how special it was to play his ‘home show’ before trying to reunite with his former primary school teacher

Nice: Ms Vernon told Lorraine:

Nice: Ms Vernon told Lorraine: ‘I would have loved to have been there but Ms Bailey, my colleague who was there, she called straight away’

‘He was a great character. That smile was always so charming. He loved music, he loved acting, throughout our school and everyone, every teacher at the Hermitage had a big impact on him.

Reflecting on Harry’s decision to publicly thank his teacher during the show, she added: ‘It was a really nice thing for him to do. The teachers are doing a brilliant job, every teacher has worked so hard.

“And the reward we get comes from the kids in our class and the kids we’ve taught every year before. This is where we get our reward.

Naughty?  Asked by Lorraine if he was always a 'little angel' during his primary school years, his teacher added: 'From time to time.  Sometimes he was an angel'

Naughty? Asked by Lorraine if he was always a ‘little angel’ during his primary school years, his teacher added: ‘From time to time. Sometimes he was an angel’

Where is she?  During his show, Harry had briefly interrupted the concert in an attempt to find his first teacher, who he had been told was in the crowd.

Where is she? During his show, Harry had briefly interrupted the concert in an attempt to find his first teacher, who he had been told was in the crowd.

“I think there was something special – a sparkle, a sparkle in his eyes, his personality, his character being so there since he was four or five years old. It showed us that he was going to go on to do something really special.

“But I don’t think anyone could foresee how mega and crazy, so huge his career would become. It is simply exceptional.

During his show, Harry had briefly interrupted the concert in an attempt to find his first teacher, who he had been told was in the crowd.

Incredible: Halfway through the show, fans applauded him as he stopped the music to try to locate his Mrs. Vernon

Incredible: Halfway through the show, fans applauded him as he stopped the music to try to locate his Mrs. Vernon

After a frantic search of the stadium, Ms Vernon was thought to be located and beamed onto the screen, but the teacher has since confirmed she was not at the show.

Harry was lyrical about the impact she had on him during his “formative years”.

He didn’t mention school, but Harry is known to have attended Hermitage Primary School in Holmes Chapel, before going to Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School in the village as a teenager.

Lovely: In a touching moment, he said.  “I just want to thank you for everything during these formative years.  Thanks a lot.  It means a lot to me that you are here tonight, you were truly a wonderful teacher'

Lovely: In a touching moment, he said. “I just want to thank you for everything during these formative years. Thanks a lot. It means a lot to me that you are here tonight, you were truly a wonderful teacher’

Harry asked from the stage: ‘How are you? I heard you were retiring. I just want to thank you for everything during these formative years. Thanks a lot.

‘It means a lot to me that you are here tonight, you were truly a wonderful teacher. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and it means a lot that you are here and I dedicate this next song to you.

He led the crowd in a huge cheer for Ms Vernon.

Amusing: Harry later couldn't help but joke to the audience:

Amusing: Harry later couldn’t help but joke to the audience: ‘Can you imagine dealing with me when I was four? with huge laughs

Beautiful moment: He told the crowd that his family and friends from his hometown were all in the crowd

Beautiful moment: He told the crowd that his family and friends from his hometown were all in the crowd

But before embarking on Canyon Moon, he couldn’t help but joke to the audience, “Can you imagine dealing with me when I was four?” with huge laughs.

Canyon Moon was indeed an appropriate song to dedicate to Mrs. Vernon as it references the happy times of school days.

It contains the lyrics “I’m going, oh, I’m coming home.”

Exciting: Harry, dressed in a blue and red top with a sequin-scalloped cherry red badge, played a blistering hour and a half under blue skies at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium in front of a sold-out crowd of 74,000

Exciting: Harry, dressed in a blue and red top with a sequin-scalloped red cherry badge, played a blistering hour and a half under blue skies at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium in front of a sold-out crowd of 74,000

Iconic: The special moment with Mrs Vernon came as part of a hugely emotional comeback show for Harry and for his fans

Iconic: The special moment with Mrs Vernon came as part of a hugely emotional comeback show for Harry and for his fans

The special moment with Ms Vernon came as part of a hugely emotional comeback show for Harry and for his fans.

He said: “It’s an absolute pleasure to be here at my home show, I can’t begin to tell you how much it means to me to play here tonight and to all of you for coming. ”

He told the crowd that his family and friends from his hometown were all in the crowd.

He added: “Some of the happiest times of my entire life have been making these last two albums, and some of the happiest times of my life have happened just around the corner from here. So that’s enough perfect for me to play these songs to you here tonight.

Harry, dressed in a blue and red top with a sequin-scalloped red cherry badge, played a blistering hour-and-a-half set under blue skies at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium in front of a capacity capacity sold-out crowd. of 74,000 people.

Fans stepped out in their most glamorous attire for the show, many wearing the now-iconic brightly colored feather boa for the concert, as Harry himself usually does at the end of the show.

He played a host of his favorites and greatest hits including Golden, Matilda, As it Was, Sign of the Times, Watermelon Sugar and Kiwi.

In demand: Harry has been busy touring with various dates across the UK in recent weeks (pictured at the Capital's Summer Ball at Wembley last weekend)

In demand: Harry has been busy touring with various dates across the UK in recent weeks (pictured at the Capital’s Summer Ball at Wembley last weekend)

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