so I’m sure someone or the other’s noticed this, but i just did and i’m having boyfriends’ feels because aksndlasdmnlkansdlkasmdlkansd
Okay, so first, there’s this article by Us Magazine, where Louis’ said, ”I’m a bit old-fashioned, and I like the idea of going to the cinema and then an Italian restaurant.” (The interview is dated May 30th, 2012.)
Now, we all know about the rumour that Louis and Harry went off to watch Snow White and the Huntsman alone, albeit I couldn’t find evidence, but I know it was around the time Eleanor had already gone back to England.
But here’s what I actually care about is the Italian restaurant part.
Remember when Louis and Harry went to dinner at Rosso in Manchester? Even though we didn’t get any pictures of them together, we know they were there. How?
Because Louis tweeted:
Tweeted on May 6th, 2012.
So he was clearly having dinner at Rosso on that night.
The next day, Harry tweeted:
Tweeted on May 7th, 2012 (but it says last night).
So Harry was obviously at Rosso the same night Louis was, and they wouldn’t possibly go separately, so they were dining together. (Plus this lucky as hell girl saw them, so there.)
But what is Rosso, you ask? (I’m telling you even if you didn’t, tbh.)
Here’s the restaurant’s website homepage:
The ultimate in Italian cuisine.
Now go back to the timeline.
The Us Magazine interview is dated at May 30th. The boyfriends went out on May 6th.
LOUIS WAS TALKING ABOUT HARRY IN THAT INTERVIEW OKAY YEP DONE THERE YOU GO. PLUS THEIR DATE WAS LOW-KEY (as quoted from the article). LIKE, OKAY, SEE. ALL OF HIS “DATES” WITH ELEANOR ARE NOT LOW KEY. Like, seriously, even earlier on, there were so many HQ pictures (example, another example, do you need another?). BUT THIS WAS SO LOW-KEY. Even though they were at a posh restaurant and everything, there was one tweeted picture (I can’t find it), and one picture that a girl took, in which you can’t see Louis, but still (here).
SO YEP. HE WAS TALKING ABOUT HARRY.
I’m sure someone’s pointed this out, but I just noticed it okay don’t judge me