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One Direction star Zayn Malik gets tattoo in Dorset shop

Zayn sits back as tattooist makes his mark Credit: Tattoo Magic

One Direction star Zayn Malik has visited a tattoo shop in Weymouth for a second time.

Girlfriend Perrie Edwards looks on Credit: Tattoo Magic

The first time he visited Tattoo Magic was with girlfriend and Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards.

Thumbs up from Zayn after his latest tattoo Credit: Tattoo Magic

Zayn liked the tattoo so much he returned again for another one.

Weymouth tattoo artist inks Zayn from 1D

Zayn Malik, from boy band One Direction, has visited a tattoo shop in Weymouth.

The singer got inked at Tattoo Magic in King Street where he added to his growing collection of body art.

It is believed he has added more ink to his sleeve tattoo on his right arm.

Zayn visited Tattoo Magic in Weymouth to get a new tattoo Credit: Press Association


Zayn and Perrie ARE engaged

One Direction's Zayn Malik and Little Mix's Perrie Edwards ARE engaged. That's the claim of Perrie's mother who lives in Dorset.

The Little Mix star wore an engagement ring for the first time at the premier of the One Direction film This Is Us at Leicester Square in London last night.

Perrie’s mum Debbie Dufty, who lives in Weymouth, confirmed to the Dorset Echo today that the pair were engaged.

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Prime Minister to star in Comic Relief music video with One Direction

One Direction are to team up with the British Prime Minister. Credit: Ian West/PA Wire/Press Association Images

David Cameron will make his latest Comic Relief appearance by starring in a music video with teen heart-throbs One Direction, a spokesman for the charity said.

Mr Cameron has followed in the footsteps of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in getting involved in the fundraiser, which has raised £800 million since 1985 to help alleviate poverty.

He appears in the official video for One Direction's official Comic Relief single, a cover version medley of Blondie's One Way or Another and the Undertones' Teenage Kicks.

"Yes, he is in it," the spokesman said, but was unable to say what his role included.

The Prime Minister did not appear in clips from the video shown during Saturday's Let's Dance for Comic Relief.