Louis Tomlinson has given fans an exciting glimpse inside his studio session as he returns to work on his solo music.
The former One Direction star has just gone back to work after the tragic death of his sister Félicité.
Louis, 27, stuck his middle finger up as he posed with his guitar.
Dressed casually for his studio session in a blue jumper and cap, Louis posed for a picture with three of his band members.
In a second snap, Louis sits on an armchair with a microphone held up to his mouth as his guitarist sits nearby playing a tune.
"Studio," he captioned the pictures and his fans were loving it.
One told him: "don't let the world steal this smile from your lips"
Another commented: "Omg he's baaaaaack"
"I’m hyperventilating," one said.
Earlier this week, Louis sent out a heartfelt message as he announced he was returning to work.
He took to Twitter to thank everyone who has sent him messages after his younger sister, 18, was found dead at her London home on March 13 after suffering a suspected heart attack.
Louis said he was heading back into the studio to work on his solo music.
And he's grateful for the support he's been given during an incredibly difficult time.
He said: "Just wanted to thank everyone for their lovely words over the past couple of weeks. Back in the studio today to vocal something I wrote a few months ago. Sending you all loads of love x"
One fan told him: "We are so proud of you Louis!"
While another said: "I’m waiting to hear your wonderful voice again"
"stay strong," another told him.
Louis and his family were left heartbroken when tragedy struck.
The star had been due to perform at Comic Relief but pulled out of the performance after his sister's death.
He had been due to sing new track Two Of Us which features some very poignant lyrics about his mother Johannah Deakin, who died from leukaemia in 2016.
Sources close to Louis described Félicité, who was known as 'Fizzy' to friends, as "a loveable, caring, bright, passionate, popular and beautiful young lady."
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