Once again, the popular One Direction member, Liam Payne is gaining the spotlight for his reconciliation with his ex-fiancee, Maya Henry. Notably, there are airing rumors that the singer and his model, ex-fiancee are once again back again.
A few days back, the pair were spotted together in London, at the Crazy Bear Hotel canoodling and sipping cocktails poolside.
An insider, to the media, told, “They were touching each other all the time. Stroking arms and flirting. I’d say it was heavy petting. He even had his arm around her at one point.”
However, the pair seemed to be very decent, though there was too much of the PDA to go around.
A source noted, “They didn’t kiss but they were sat right out in the open and it wasn’t like they were hiding the fact they were together, from what I could see. They didn’t seem to care who saw them. Then they left together.”
In July, Liam revealed about his break off from the engagement with Maya, in an episode of ‘The Diary of a CEO.’ Payne was asked if was single while having a conversation during the episode. Thus, Liam Payne replied, “I am true.”
Payne said, “I feel like more than anything at this point, I’m more disappointed in myself that I keep on hurting people. That annoys me. I’ve just not been very good at relationships. And I know what my pattern of things is with relationships, I feel at this point. I’m just not very good at them so I just need to work on myself before I put myself on to somebody else. And I feel like that’s where I got to in my last relationship.”
Few days later, Payne on his Instagram shared a short note on his story and wrote about not letting go of the people you love. Notably, the singer tagged Maya Henry’s account over one of his stories and shared about four. This story, which tagged Maya was eventually deleted while the other ones remained on his page.
Liam Payne wrote, “Don’t let someone go if you really want to love them even if you have to learn to love them through your own mistakes let your instinct tell you that you need them and keep them close we are always running out of time we never gain it.”