Former One Direction star Zayn Malik could be cooking up a new career - after his fiancee Perrie Edwards revealed he is spending his free time in the kitchen.
The singer, who shocked the boyband's fans when he quit in March, got engaged to the Little Mix star two years ago.
Edwards told the Sun: "It's nice to see more of him now. We spend a lot of time in the kitchen, he's a great chef."
She also revealed her career - the band have a new single out - is getting in the way of the pair tying the knot.
She said: "Me and Zayn want it to be perfect, so as soon as I have a bit of time, we'll plan it. I doubt it will be this summer."
Malik flew home from the boyband's world tour with "stress" before suddenly quitting the group, saying he wanted to be a "normal 22-year-old."
One Direction have insisted they will go on without Malik and fans will get the chance to see the four-piece perform at Capital's Summertime Ball in London's Wembley Stadium next month.
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Fans who queued for a glimpse of One Direction's Louis Tomlinson at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium say it was well worth the wait. The pop star pulled on a Doncaster Rover's shirt for the second time as part of James Coppinger's testimonial match - and to raise money for Bluebell Wood children's hospice.
Former One Direction star Zayn Malik has thanked his fans for their support following his decision to leave the band.
The singer, 22, returned to the public eye last week at the Annual Asian Awards, where he showed off a new shaved hairdo.
Malik has been quiet on Twitter ever since he declared his love for fiancee Perrie Edwards, after pictures emerged of him apparently close to another woman.
He flew home from the boyband's world tour with "stress" before suddenly quitting the group, saying that he wants to be a "normal 22-year-old".<
At the Annual Asian Awards, which Malik attended with his mother, the star paid tribute to his former bandmates, calling them "four of the best guys that ever met".
"Some of the things that we did will stay with me for the rest of my life," he said.
Wanna say thanks to everyone that's been there for me over the last few weeks, love you all.. you know who you are x
One Direction fans were out in force in Doncaster where after getting wind that one of their idols was in town.
Louis Tomlinson took time out of his schedule to take part in a legends game for Doncaster Rovers' veteran James Coppinger
The singer posed for photographs and talked with fans who had camped overnight to secure their place at the front of the cordon:
Louis Tomlinson is set to don his beloved Doncaster Rovers today when he turns out to honour one of the clubs longest serving players, James Coppinger.
Attacking midfielder Coppinger is now in his 11th season at the club. Born in Guisborough on the edge of the North York Moors Coppinger moved to South Yorkshire in 2005, and has racked up over 500 career appearances, scoring 64 goals.
The club's matched my ambition throughout the whole time I've been here. As I've progressed the club have progressed. I've had fantastic support over the 11 years.
My wife worked in Doncaster, my kids went to school in Doncaster and two of them were born in Doncaster. I know how much it means to Doncaster people and how much football means to them.
His (Louis') enthusiasm and love for the club is massive. That's exactly the same as me and to have him on board, it's an honour for me to have him here because of how well he's done.
One Direction fans might have to wait a little longer for Zayn Malik to launch his solo career after a spokesman for his producer Naughty Boy said the track that appeared online was actually recorded for the boyband's last album.
The song, called I Won't Mind, which features the star singing over an acoustic guitar, was put up online by Naughty Boy and led to claims Malik was about to release it as a solo single.
But a spokesman for the producer, who has also worked with acts including Emile Sande, said: "Naughty Boy and Zayn wrote and demoed the song as a contender for One Direction's album last year.
"They aren't furiously writing on his solo material or anything, there aren't plans in place for a big solo launch and this wasn't recorded in the last few days they were together.
"They are very good friends and Zayn is taking time out, including visiting Naughty Boy at his studio and hanging out together."
A music producer who tweeted Zayn Malik's first solo track last night has reportedly been working with the former One Direction star since January.
Naughty Boy tweeted a snap alongside Zayn at the beginning of the year. It has now led fans to speculate that the Bradford singer was planning to leave the boy band for some time.
The producer, a close friend of Zayn, tweeted a link to the Bradford singer's first solo song last night:
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Zayn Malik has denied that there has been any negativity between him and the rest of the band, before or after he made his decision to quit One Direction.
And he insists he did not compare his situation to that of Robbie Williams who left Take That in 1995 due to ill-feeling among the group.
"My band has been really supportive", he told The Sun.
Malik revealed that the rest of the band, Harry Styles, 21, Louis Tomlinson, 23, Niall Horan, 21, and Liam Payne, 21, are keen to keep going as One Direction.
I still want them to do it for a while ... I think they're going to do OK for a while. I think they're going to be cool.