Harry Styles attends The Launch of Harry Styles' New Album With Private Listening Session For Fans on December 11, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Harry Styles is the latest celebrity to read a bedtime story on the British children’s television channel, CBeebies.

On Monday (May 23rd), Styles wore his comfy blue and brown polka dot pajamas and settled into a big yellow chair to read Jess Hitchman’s In Every House On Every Street. ET Canada says he read the bedtime story as part of the Bedtime Stories event.

The children’s story about what defines a home goes perfectly with Styles’s latest album, “Harry’s House”. Harry begins the session by introducing his house, saying “Hello, I’m Harry. Welcome to my house. I love it here: I like to listen to music, read, and hang out with my friends.”

The description says the story shows “family, community, and love.”

As we tour the house in the story, “we learn that the rooms are spaces to play, care for, and feel together. Behind every door is a family with a story.”

After the story is over, Harry concludes by saying, “I love that story. Every house is different, but every house has something in common: all the wonderful things that families and friends do in them. It doesn’t matter whether you live in a house, a flat, a boat, it’s love that turns wherever you live into a home. Goodnight.”

Harry’s latest album, “Harry’s House,” quickly became the most-streamed pop album in 2022 after two hours on Apple Music.

What was your favorite story as a child? What’s your favorite song off Harry’s new album? What would you do if Harry Styles read you a bedtime story?

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