Harry Styles played the biggest solo gig of his life at the weekend, when he headlined a sold-out Wembley Stadium.

The former boybander - who plays the Aviva Stadium in Dublin this Wednesday - brought his 'Love on Tour' show to the London stadium on Saturday nights.

Given the fact that it's Pride month, he also took an unusual request from a fan on board when he helped him publicly come out in front of no less than 90,000 fans.

A 24-year-old Italian superfan called Mattia held up a piece of cardboard saying: "From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out."

Styles duly took a Pride flag in his hands and claimed that the moment he raises it above his head, Mattia would be "officially gay, my boy."

After a bit of teasing back and forth with the crowd, he eventually declared him a "free man."

Styles' pal Niall Horan was also in the crowd at Wembley and looked suitably mortified when he played One Direction's hit 'What Makes You Beautiful'.

Watch the clip below: