Harry Styles and Camille Rowe supposedly met at Matt Irwin’s funeral on May 17th 2016. About a month later, in June 2016, Harry followed Camille on Instagram and she followed him back.
On July 15th 2017, during one of his interviews to BBC Radio 1, Styles first said that he “doesn’t know” Camille after Nick Grimshaw showed a picture of her to Harry. However, he later said: “I’m sure she’s a wonderful person.”
They were first spotted together at the Classic East Festival in New York, which happened on July 29th and July 30th.
Since then, fans have seen them out and about in LA, Harry took Camille to Holmes Chapel (his hometown), Harry’s voice appeared on Camille’s Instagram stories, Camille was wearing Harry’s Pink Floyd shirt, as well as they have been wearing the same red ring. Camille also attended several concerts of Harry’s tour “Harry Styles: Live on Tour” including his concert in Tokyo on December 8th 2017. They were papped together in LA on January 23rd 2018, and they were also papped in West Hollywood on January 28th.
Camille kept attending Harry’s concerts, including his tour’s last concert on July 14th, which happened in Inglewood. Harry’s supposed ex-girlfriends Kendall Jenner and Georgia Fowler also attended the concert.
On July 30th, it was confirmed that Harry and Camille’s allegedly relationship has ended after over a year.
On August 2019, on Harry’s interview to Rolling Stone, Camille was mentioned as Harry’s ex-girlfriend and possibly the main inspiration behind his yet untitled second studio album, set to be released in late 2019:
“Last year, Harry was in the gossip columns dating the French model Camille Rowe; they split up last summer after a year together. “He went through this breakup that had a big impact on him,” Hull says. “I turned up on Day One in the studio, and I had these really nice slippers on. His ex-girlfriend that he was really cut up about, she gave them to me as a present — she bought slippers for my whole family. We’re still close friends with her. I thought, ‘I like these slippers. Can I wear them — is that weird?’”