Their popularity has soared since they formed on last year’s X Factor and the boys of One Direction are finding themselves mobbed by screaming fans wherever they go.
But it’s not just the attention that they are getting used to, they boys are also living the luxury jet set lifestyle, quite literally.
Earlier today the boys were mobbed by fans at a signing for their debut single What Makes You Beautiful and afterwards the boys climbed aboard a luxury private jet to take them back to Manchester before heading to London.
Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson started their day meeting hundreds of screaming fans at HMV in Glasgow.
And the wet weather didn’t put a dampener on their fans spirits who queued outside the shop in the pouring rain for the chance to catch a glimpse of the boy band.
With the sheer amount of attention the boys seemed in their element posing up with their female fans and singing copies of their new single, which is set to storm the charts next week.
Hopping back on the private plane the boys flew to a singing in Manchester, to be once again met by a screaming mob of female fans at HMV on Market Street.
The boys even managed a quick wardrobe change in between signings and were seen stepping out in new ensembles as they embarked on their second single signing of the day.
They also had a signing in London to meet and greet even more of their dedicated fanbase and had to dash back on the helicopter to ensure they made it on time.
Speaking at the GQ Awards last week Harry Styles told MailOnline that he couldn’t believe how far they had come in the past year since appearing on the X Factor.
He said: ‘It’s crazy but we are all really enjoying ourselves. We have a whole album now and we are really pleased with it.’
He wouldn’t be drawn on who was the most popular with the ladies in the band but did say the attention was ‘overwhelming’.
And despite the glitzy Hollywood stars being in attendance at the awards ceremony the boys were referenced several times on stage and Stephen
Fry joked: ‘’Music died after Schoenberg. If it’s not One Direction I’m not interested.’