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Harry Styles’s Sister Reveals Someone Asked Him for a Selfie at His Grandmother’s Funeral

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On any given day, running into Harry Styles would warrant a selife. A prized reminder of the few moments you shared with the One Directioner people will actually remember in 10 years (sorry, Zayn). But like all things in life, there is a time and place for selfies. And a funeral isn’t one of them. You would think that would be common sense, but apparently when it comes to Harry Styles, sometimes all sense is lost and people do weird things.

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Harry’s sister Gemma revealed that the star was asked for a selfie at his own grandmother’s funeral recently. She shared the story in an article she wrote for The Debrief about our obsession with the Selfie appropriately titled, “Turns Out There’s No Occasion Too Inappropriate to ask for a Selfie.” Gemma wrote, “My most frustrating personal experience of this was the ‘friend’/distant relative at my grandma’s funeral who was trying to bring in her granddaughter or niece or someone to have a picture with my brother. At a funeral. Our grandmother’s funeral. ‘Smh’ doesn’t really cover it.”

Later in the article, Gemma says that even after that experience she’s not totally against selfies but says, “some people might need to take a second and realise when behaviour just gets weird. You know who you are.” So hopefully this person will take Gemma’s advice to heart and just stuck to those blurry creeper shots that you feel both ashamed and proud to show people, like the rest of us weirdos.

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