Niall Horan reveals he’s had sinus surgery but is recovering well
Niall Horan reveals he will be ‘laying low’ after sinus surgery but reassures fans that he’s recovering well
Niall Horan revealed on Friday to his fans that he has undergone sinus surgery, and is in recovery following the procedure.
The singer, 25, took to Twitter to reassure fans that he is doing alright, but advised them that he will be ‘laying low’ as he continues to recover.
Giving a quick update, he wrote: ‘Just wanted to let you guys know that I’ve had sinus surgery and recovery is going well.
Surgical procedure: Niall Horan revealed on Friday he will be ‘laying low’ after sinus surgery but reassured fans that he’s recovering well
Doing well: The One Direction reassured fans on Twitter, and wrote: ‘As I said I’ll be laying low for a while but thought you might want to know that part’
The One Direction star continued: ‘As I said I’ll be laying low for a while but thought you might want to know that part.’
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Niall’s fans rushed to give him their best wishes, and to tell him they’re hoping he will have a speedy recovery.
The minimally invasive surgical treatment is a procedure that improves sinus ventilation, and usually takes up to two to four hours to complete.
All the best: Niall’s fans rushed to give him their best wishes, and to tell him they’re hoping he will have a speedy recovery
This comes after it was recently reported that One Direction have been handed a £24.7million tax bill two years after they went on hiatus.
According to The Sun, the British and Irish group have appealed the bill, which is said to be one of the biggest debts in pop history.
In 2016, the publication reported that the group, made up of Niall, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, were facing an investigation by HM Revenue & Customs over a controversial ‘alphabeat scheme’.
A source said: ‘Their firm decided to use an alphabet scheme for the hundreds of millions of pounds they earned. It means shares are grouped into categories — such as A to J — and allows profits to be paid in the form of dividends at different rates.
Everything’s okay: The minimally invasive surgical treatment is a procedure that improves sinus ventilation, and usually takes up to two to four hours to complete
‘However, while legal, HMRC inspectors have since decided to crack down and target them as potential measures of avoiding tax.
‘Because dividends are not subject to National Insurance contributions like wages, they have less tax deducted from them than is taken off salaries. It means One Direction could now be set to pay back a huge sum to the taxman.’
The four-piece made a whopping £63million before tax, while their company made profits of £30.6million.
Although they have received the bill, there is no suggestion they nor former band member Zayn Malik have engaged in tax evasion, which is illegal.
Recent news: This comes after it was reported by The Sun that One Direction have been handed a £24.7million tax bill two years after they went on hiatus
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