The 'In the Heat of the Moment' rocker's 14-year-old daughter Anais - who he has with ex-wife Meg Matthews - is a big fan of One Direction but she was left mortified after her dad couldn't resist highlighting her crush when they ran into him in a cafe.
Anais told Grazia magazine: ''Harry seems really nice. I was in a cafe and Harry came in. I'd been joking that I'd probably wet myself if 1D walked in.
''So my dad started kicking me under the table and shouted, 'Are you going to wet yourself now?' I literally died.''
Model Anais thinks she has inherited characteristics from both her parents and shares her dad's dry sense of humour.
She said: ''I've got the same dry northern humour as Dad and we've got the same eyebrows. But I've got Mum's energy and her outlook on the world.''
Noel has previously been approached by Simon Cowell about being a judge on 'The X Factor' and Anais is still upset he turned it down.
She said: ''I'm still a little bit upset I don't get to go every week. He would have been hilarious and scarier than Simon.''
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