Liam Payne says Harry Styles has a “sixth sense” whenever one of his One Direction bandmates “is in trouble”.
The ‘Strip That Down’ singer has been feeling under the weather recently, and took to YouTube earlier this week to give his fans an update, where he jokingly said he was doing an impression of Harry because of how husky his voice was.
He said at the time: “I feel like this becomes like a Harry Styles constant impression! Maybe I've took his voice on for something.
“But it's also been a very weird and very poorly few weeks - a lot of coughing - I feel for anyone who's ill right now.”
And now, Liam has revealed his One Direction pal got in touch with him after the video was published to make sure he was okay.
When asked in an Instagram Live Q&A if he was in touch with Harry, Liam said: "Yeah, I did speak to Harry, and it was really lovely. He called me because he has a sixth sense for if I'm struggling or if one of us is in trouble I feel like.
"I spoke to him and it was a really lovely catch up actually. And I've got a lot of love for the man. He's great, he's really, really great."
Liam, 27, and Harry, also 27, rose to fame together as part of the ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ hitmakers when they appeared on ‘The X Factor’ in 2010, alongside Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, and then-member Zayn Malik.
Zayn left the group in 2015, and just months later the remaining four members announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus.
And during his Instagram Live, Liam insisted he’d love for all the members to “get in a room” together in the future with a possible reunion on the cards.
He said: "It's hard in this position sometimes, you're watching people's stories from afar that you used to know so well.
"That can be difficult when you feel like a piece of you is missing with them at that point I guess. And I think we've all felt this at different times, me and the boys.
“It's almost like missing a very dear friend a lot of the time, but everyone's so busy and you've got to be understanding of all that.
“I'd love for us to get in a room at some point. I think it would be the best thing. We've all said it outside but we've just not said it to each other. There's a song in there somewhere. Somebody write that down!"