Dive Into One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson Long Distance Relationship

Published On June 6, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities

Long-distance relationships are hard enough to begin with but when you’re part of a boy band with millions of females throwing themselves at you on an hourly basis, it only becomes more difficult. In case you were unaware, One Direction member Louis Tomlinson has a significant other by the name of Eleanor Calder and the singer has shared the secrets of maintain their relationship.

Tomlinson is busy touring in the United States and Calder is a Hollister model who is also studying politics and sociology at the University of Manchester. Despite their hectic schedules, the two recently caught up at Niagara Falls and in an exclusive chat with Hollywood Life, the relationship works because “At the end of the day, if you want it to work, it will work. It just requires probably more effort. If your heart’s in it, then you’re not gonna mess about.”

Directioners have also been demonstrating feelings of hate and jealousy due to their relationship and while he’s grown accustomed to it, he hates it. “It’s really strange and the majority (of fans) don’t have hate towards her,” he said. “It gets a little frustrating seeing that, especially when I’m in a happy relationship. But at the end of the day, I am happy and Eleanor is happy.”

There you have it folks, the superstar secret to maintaining a long-distance relationship. Now go out there and use what you’ve learnt!

Photo Credit: INF Daily.

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