Louis Tomlinson’s Old Teacher Dishes As New 1D Movie Airs

Louis Tomlinson's teacher reveals secrets about his childhood

Louis Tomlinson fans that are looking for insider gossip about his younger days are in for a real treat because his old teacher is telling-it-all in a new documentary that includes One Direction.

The BBC reports that a documentary that includes One Direction (and Louis Tomlinson specifically) will air on February 7. Called “The People’s History of Pop” the BBC Radio Sheffield special is a documentary starring interviewer Howard Pressman.

Apparently, Pressman “hears your musical memories from South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire,” — and Louis Tomlinson’s teacher is featured.

About young Louis Tomlinson, his teacher, Simon Cartlidge, states that Louis flew him to Madrid, Spain just to see One Direction perform, according to the Daily Star.

Adding to this, Cartlidge, a psychology teacher, stated the following about teaching young Louis Tomlinson at Hayfield School in Doncaster, U.K.

“[Louis Tomlinson] is a very, very polite boy, I think he gets that from his Mum who is a wonderful lady… He always loved music, he is the kind of person if you are in a room with him who exudes energy and is fun to be around.”

Thankfully for Briana Jungwirth, Louis Tomlinson seems to be bringing this energy from his school years into his relationship with their newborn son, Freddie.

Louis Tomlinson will be in Los Angeles when the documentary airs because he just had a baby with Briana Jungwirth. According to Hollywood Life, Louis Tomlinson is the over-attentive dad who loves to snuggle his new son.

Louis Tomlinson is the subject of an interview by a former teacher in a new One Direction movie on the BBC.

Insiders stated that he is so in love with his baby boy that he constantly snaps pictures and has “separation anxiety” anytime he has to leave the baby. They also claim Louis “doesn’t want to leave Freddie’s side and when he isn’t with Freddie, he’s either texting or on the phone with Briana [Jungwirth] asking for updates.”

Sadly, Briana Jungwirth is barely getting any sleep between tending to a newborn with Louis Tomlinson and battling with crazed One Direction fans hell-bent on harassing her.

The Daily Mail adds to this with reports from insiders that say having a baby with Louis Tomlinson has subjected Briana Jungwirth to harassment from his fans that includes security breaches on social media profiles, repeated identity theft issues, and calling the homes of Briana’s family.

About the need to hire a lawyer to deal with abusive fans, a source close to Briana Jungwirth and Louis Tomlinson stated the following.

“We’re receiving hundreds of abusive emails and messages, people are setting up fake profiles on social media pretending to be in the family, they are even posting our personal information online, it’s relentless.”

Nevertheless, Unreality TV points out that Louis Tomlinson and Briana Jungwirth are not taking the situation lightly, and Briana’s family are not so worried about hurting the feelings of Louis Tomlinson’s fans.

 Louis Tomlinson is likely to be more loyal to Briana Jungwirth than his abusive fans.

While Louis Tomlinson and Briana Jungwirth are turning out to be a great team for raising their son Freddie, Seventeen reports that it does not mean that Briana and Louis Tomlinson will be tying the knot soon.

Instead, Louis Tomlinson’s relationship with Danielle Campbell seems to be going to the next level, and, according to a February 4 report from the Mirror, Louis loves taking pictures of Danielle.

Insiders close to Louis Tomlinson and Danielle Campbell allege that “Danielle and Louis are really into one another. She’s flown out here [the U.K.] just a week after he was with her in her hometown. She’s been enjoying herself, sightseeing with pals in the day, but it’s clear they’ll see each other away from prying eyes.”

Although they may be getting very close, Danielle Campbell and Louis Tomlinson have not officially announced an engagement — despite speculations proposed by Hollywood Gossip.

For eager Louis Tomlinson fans that want to see the BBC special, The People’s History of Pop, the episode will be online after airing on February 7.

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