Niall Horan fans that have always wanted to see him get married will be happy to know that he is at least posing for pictures that insinuate those specific scenarios.
It is almost a wonder that Niall Horan had time to pose for a photo about getting married because he is performing so much that he does not seem to have time for golf.
Of course, Niall Horan fans love that he is all over the map these days performing new music. In fact, many of his fans barely noticed that Niall Horan was not spending very much time with Liam Payne's new family.
Furthermore, Niall Horan allegedly admitted he had not seen Liam Payne's new baby despite the fact the One Direction bandmates both performed as solo acts at the Capital FM Summertime Ball on June 10, according to Daily Mail.
However, is Niall Horan trying to start a family of his own? On Instagram, Niall Horan posted a picture of himself getting proposed to by TV host and radio DJ, Roman Kemp.
Niall Horan captioned the June 10 photo of Roman Kemp putting a ring on his finger with "I said yes." So far, there are no updates to confirm or deny whether this marriage proposal given to Niall Horan was satire.
Niall Horan is getting serious about performing, making new music, and perhaps getting married to Roman Kemp, but he still has time in his busy life for charity.
For example, Niall Horan has been in the U.K. to help raise money for the June 4 Ariana Grande One Love Manchester concert for the victims of the Manchester City attack on May 22.
Interestingly, about a year before the Manchester bombing fundraiser concert, Niall Horan's golf company, Modest Management, was holding a fundraiser.
Mark McDonnell, Niall Horan's manager at Modest Golf Management, posted a reminder for fans that on May 30, 2016, Niall Horan and Justin Rose hosted a golf charity event that raised over £800,000 for several charities.
Niall Horan might be too busy hearing feedback from his release of "Issues" to play golf, but Modest Golf Management has plenty of sports achievements to be proud of.
For example, around June 11, Modest Golf Management was proud to announce that their players, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, was one of the strongest at the Challenge Tour competition in Belgium.
In the meantime, around June 9, Niall Horan was preparing for the Capital FM Summertime Ball by releasing "Issues" during a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge recording.