Louis Tomlinson helped boy with serious childhood cancer
LOUIS Tomlinson has been praised for his kindness towards a young cancer victim.
The caring One Direction singer was touched by the story of Harvey, nine - who suffered from the aggressive childhood cancer neuroblastoma - after their mothers met at a charity event.
Louis, 24, helped Harvey and his family create a number of "precious" memories, including inviting him to a charity ball for children, bringing him to a One Direction concert and sending the entire family to Disneyland, before Harvey sadly passed away last year.
Harvey's mother Sarah Hext told The Inquisitr: "Disney was Harvey's favourite place.There were about 10 Believe in Magic charity family's who went and the kids were given a suitcase each full of beautiful clothes, we stayed in The Pink Palace hotel which is just stunning, everything was taken care of.
"The day after the One Direction show, Louis even sent a car to take us all to a Believe In Magic party in Hamleys toy store. The whole weekend was 'just magical' we as a family would never have had access to this sort of treatment if it were not for Louis and Jay [Johannah Deakin - Louis' mother].
"Louis Tomlinson is very grounded, he is family orientated and both louis and Jay hold a very special place in my family's hearts."