Harry Styles’ Fling With Married Radio DJ Exposed

One Direction heart-throb Harry Styles is accused of almost wrecking the marriage of radio host Lucy Horobin in a tabloid exposé today.

The 32-year-old Key 103 presenter was wooed by the cougar-lovin’ boyband star, then 17, before he controversially dated Caroline Flack.

A friend of Lucy’s told the Sunday Mirror: “She knows she shouldn’t admit it but said the sex was amazing. He knew exactly what he was doing despite the fact he was only 17.”

A source added: “Harry’s got a record for pulling some of the most beautiful women in showbiz and couldn’t resist Lucy’s beautiful looks. He found her ­really witty and very sexy.

“Lucy was going through a rocky patch with her husband. After only a year of marriage she had doubts over ­whether she had done the right thing. She had requested taking time out in their relationship and they were virtually ­leading separate lives.

“Harry just happened to be in the right place at the right time. He charmed his way into her life and brought a little bit of excitement with him.”

The insider continues: “When things fizzled out with Harry, she realised she had made a stupid mistake. She wanted to make a real go of her ­marriage and decided the only way to do that was to confess about Harry. She was terrified of admitting what she had done.

“As you can imagine it was tough. He was mad. She was mortified. But they are working their way through the troubles and are glad they have ­decided to stay together.”

They met when the boyband dropped by the radio station last year to promote ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, and later exchanged flirty messages online.

And a friend of Harry’s added: “Lucy was right up his street, exactly the type of girl, or woman should I say, he is ­attracted to. She is sexy, confident and is doing well in her career. But he never wanted anything serious.”

Lucy reportedly fears a backlash far harsher than what Caroline Flack endured because she already has a man of her own.

This morning she posted on Twitter a simple “:(” as the story began to spread.