Niall Horan is reaching out to his family just as the best friend of Simon Cowell is saying that One Direction is finally over, but if fans want to see him, there are free tickets to one of his golfing events.
Although Niall Horan might be known for being a little bit distant from his family, Niall has been reaching out to his nephew, Theo. Around November 20, 2015, Mirror says Greg Horan "lashed out" at Niall Horan on Twitter because he rarely visited his family.
According to Irish Examiner, Niall Horan wished a happy birthday to his nephew and shared it with fans on Instagram. Although Niall Horan posted a picture of Theo when he was a newborn, the baby is now a toddler and a fashion model.Being more in touch with family could be a sign that Niall Horan is looking forward to more vacation time away from One Direction, and he may have more time than expected if Louis Walsh can be believed.
According to a Breaking News report from July 17, Louis Walsh was being interviewed on Saturday Night withMiriam O'Callaghan and kept "insisting" One Direction is not getting back together. Along with that, Louis Walsh specifically talked about Niall Horan and is quoted below.
"Niall Horan was in the right place at the right time, he's the luckiest guy in the world and he knows that. They made an awful lot of money but it's over now for them and who's going to have the solo career. I think Niall will do really well and Harry [Styles]."On the other hand, Niall Horan could be thinking about his nephew because he was interviewed by a bunch of cute kids at a golf event in Scotland, according to Sky Sports.
Speaking of golf, Niall Horan will also be at the North Ireland Open and has "invited" 13-year-old Tom McKibben, golf prodigy, on behalf of Niall's company, Modest Golf Management.
"The NI Open is such a great event for all the family and we are sure to have a bit of fun on and off the course during the pro-am. I recommend all the family comes along to Galgorm and gets involved because there is so much to see and do. I for one can't wait to play Galgorm."Interestingly, Mark McDonnell, the manager of Modest Golf Management,