‘Dreams really do come true’: Harry Styles is the latest A-lister to star on CBeebies bedtime stories as he follows in the footsteps of Orlando Bloom, Elton John, Tom Hardy
Harry Styles will become the latest famous face to settle down and read a children’s book on CBeebies bedtime stories.
The One Direction and now solo singer, 28, will provide a bedtime reading of Jess Hitchman’s In Every House, On Every Street, which is illustrated by Lili la Baleine.
The star will don his pyjamas next Monday as he reads pre-school children a story before they head of to bed.
New venture: Harry Styles, 28, will become the latest famous face to settle down and read a children’s book on CBeebies bedtime stories
The story is described as a ‘heart-warming celebration of homes and the different families that live in them’.
The As It Was singer will introduce the story saying: ‘Tonight’s bedtime story is about a house full of love and laughter.’
The channel shared the exciting news on Facebook and Twitter causing fans to go wild gushing ‘dreams really do come true’ while another joked ‘bedtime story for mummy that night.’
Can’t wait: The channel shared the exciting news online causing fans to go wild gushing ‘dreams really do come true’ while another joked ‘bedtime story for mummy that night’
Harry follows in the footsteps of several famous faces including Orlando Bloom who sent fans into overdrive with his appearance on the show.
The actor, 45, was seen sitting on an armchair with his legs apart and puppy Mighty sprawled out on his lap.
Orlando’s appearance seemed to leave viewers a little hot under the collar as he narrated the short story.
Hit singer Elton John also appeared on the popular children’s TV show reading reschool viewers the story of The Dog Detectives: Lost In London.
Guest: Harry follows in the footsteps of Orlando Bloom who sent fans into overdrive with his appearance on the show (pictured 2018)
Sir Elton told the story of The Dog Detectives who are cycling through the busy streets of London when they are called up to solve a new case.
Actor Tom Hardy caused ‘ovaries’ to explode all over the nation following his appearance on CBeebies for the Mother’s Day edition in 2017.
Tom, 44, has appeared twice on the children’s series, as he paid tribute to his late dog Woody who passed away.
The star read the story of Fleabag, by Helen Stephens, on National Dog Day on August 26th.
The heart-warming story follows a friendship between a young boy and a scruffy dog, who needs a home, while the boy wants a pet pooch.
Iconic: Hit singer Sir Elton John also appeared on the popular children’s TV show reading reschool viewers the story of The Dog Detectives: Lost In London
After both their longing, the two come across one another with drama and fun ensuing before Fleabag eventually finds the home he has been craving for.
More recent story readers include the Duchess of Cambridge, who narrated the modern children’s classic, The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark, by Jill Tomlinson, to mark Children’s Mental Health Week.
And other famous faces to read a Bedtime Story including Ryan Reynolds, actor Chris Evans, Regé-Jean Page, Felicity Jones, David Schwimmer, Alesha Dixon, Eddie Redmayne, Reece Witherspoon and Dolly Parton.
Fans won’t have to wait long for Harry’s bedtime story as it is set to air on May 23 and will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
Famous footsteps: Harry joins an illustrious list of stars to take part in the weekly bedtime read, among them Tom Hardy who read Fleabag, by Helen Stephens, on National Dog Day