They've been together since they were teenagers and have vowed to remain friends."During their lengthy romance, the former couple are thought to have split more than once.The first time came when Josh joined Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem on loan in 2014.Sophie Webster (formerly Lauren Webster) is the youngest daughter of Kevin and Sally Webster.She has an older sister, Rosie, and two younger half-brothers Jake (who died shortly after his birth) and Jack.Niall Horan and Harry Styles are often called the "single" members of One Direction, but it looks like Niall might have a new girlfriend soon. The Irish singer is engaging in a pretty serious flirtationship with his longtime crush Brooke Vincent, a British actress famous for her work on the soap opera .A friend of Niall says that they've been flirting ever since they met up backstage (and he scored her and her nieces free tickets) at a show in Manchester, and they have been messaging on Snapchat and Whats App pretty much every day!Sophie was born in November 1994 to parents Kevin Webster and Sally Webster.
The 24-year-old actress shared a photo with younger sibling Maisie after driving her to school on Thursday morning and we seriously had to look twice. Brooke added a heart symbol to the post too to show her affection for 13-year-old Maisie. The sisters certainly bear a strong resemblance to each other, with Maisie sporting long brunette locks just like her older sibling.He's down in London and Brooke is up in Manchester."The insider also told The Sun: "The long-distance thing works for some people but not for them.Josh has been texting Brooke since the split but she's determined this is now the end and has told pals there's no going back."There's no bad blood between them.Of course, Niall is notoriously secretive about his relationships, so we may never find out if they do go on a date!Do you think Niall and Brooke would make a cute couple? He's been pretty open about how hot he thinks she is, and he's told her he'd really like to take her out when they have a chance," a source explained, according to UK's But doesn't this all sound a bit familiar?