Celtic-daft Lewis Capaldi gets name on patrons board during visit to Parkhead

Celtic-daft Lewis Capaldi gets name on patrons board during visit to Parkhead

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LEWIS Capaldi got his name on a patrons board at Parkhead during a visit to the Celtic match.

The Celtic-daft musician was pictured pointing at his name which was recently added to the Executive Club list.

Lewis was pictured with his name on the board

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Lewis was pictured with his name on the boardCredit: Instagram/@aiden_halliday

The 24-year-old is a well known fan of the Hoops and is now a member of the Executive Club at Celtic Park for matchday hospitality.

Musician pal, Aiden Halliday, posted the snap on Instagram with the caption: “Great team s**** fringe.”

Both of their names were added to the board along with ‘Welcome Eyecare’ which fans found hilarious.

TikTok star Paul Black commented: “Right above welcome eyecare 🔥”

Another wrote: “Relegation battle with Welcome Eyecare.”

Others were drawn to the singer’s hair which his pal had pointed out in the caption.

One person wrote: “I wanna ask who the hell cut that thing, but somehow he can still pull it off 🤔???? I’m very confused lol.”

A second said: “Beautiful fringe on a beautiful man!!”

A third wrote: “Missed that lil face.”

Earlier on, we told of how Lewis and former One Direction singer pal Niall Horan caught up at a charity event tonight.


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The pair chatted and posed for photos at the Horan and Rose fundraising show at The Grove in Watford, Hertfordshire.

Lewis, 24, and Niall, 27, attended the event, which was started by Niall and major-winning golfer Justin Rose.

Lewis, from Whitburn, West Lothian, is close friends with Niall and during lockdown last year the pair teamed up to write music together.

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