Harry Styles helps fan come out as gay at concert

Harry Styles shared an extra special moment with one fan during his Wembley gig on Sunday evening, as he helped him come out as gay live on stage.

After parading a rainbow LGBTQ+ pride flag around the stage, the 28-year-old singer announced: 'Congratulations, you are a free man'.

The fan, named Mattia, gave Harry a cardboard sign which read 'From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out',

to which the Watermelon Sugar singer was more than happy to help out with.

Picking up a rainbow Pride flag, he dragged the flag along the stage back and forth, explaining: 'When I wave this flag above my head, you will officially be gay my boy'.

The star had a weekend of success as he took Wembley Stadium on both Saturday and Sunday to wow 180,000 concert-goers.

But despite his overwhelming success, Harry's mum, Anne, took to Instagram to show that she was still his biggest fan.

Sharing a snap to Instagram of the singer at Wembley, the proud mother wrote: 'When I thought you couldn’t get better .. and I couldn’t be prouder .. you blew me away tonight'.

Following from his Wembley performances, the former One Direction star is set to take on Dublin's Aviva Stadium on Wednesday - before jetting off to Germany.