Harry Styles pays adorable tribute to his mum at 2023 Grammy Awards

Harry Styles has paid an adorable tribute to his mum at the 2023 Grammy Awards, where he took home album of the year.

The former One Direction star has always had a very close relationship with his mum, Anne Twist, who was the one who signed him up for The X Factor in 2010.

Harry, who suffered an awkward snub at the ceremony, honoured his supportive mum at the awards with his jewellery.

The 29-year-old singer took to the red carpet in a custom Egonlab jumpsuit adorned with rainbow Swarovski crystals.

He also wore a necklace – a very dainty, gold chain with small pearls – which belonged to his mother.

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Anne is pictured wearing the same pretty necklace in an image she shared to her Instagram over Christmas 2020, paired with a red cowl neck top.

Fans were quick to spot Harry's sweet tribute to Anne.

"Harry wearing Anne’s necklace has me in shambles," one fan wrote on Twitter.

"I'm gonna sob," added another, alongside crying emojis.

Another person added: "I bet Harry wore his mum's necklace for good luck."

Following her son's Grammy wins, Anne took to social media to congratulate him, saying he has always been "our superstar".

"Woohoo!! + 2 !!! AMAZING achievement @hshq and team," she wrote.

"You’ve always been our superstar @harrystyles."

Harry also took home the Grammy for best pop vocal album, and performed his hit song As It Was.

Taking to the stage, he donned a long tasselled silver shirt, with matching trousers, which shimmered as he charged around the space.

Harry was joined by a troupe of dancers for a neatly choreographed routine on a separate rotating stage piece, similar to the song’s music video.

As It Was also earned nominations for both song of the year and record of the year, but lost out to Bonnie Raitt and Lizzo respectively.

The former One Direction star also enjoyed a stand-out 2022, with the release of two films: Don’t Worry Darling co-starring Florence Pugh, and My Policeman alongside Emma Corrin.


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