Harry Styles Asks Timothée Chalamet If He Eats Peaches After His Sex Scene With One

The young performers interviewed each other for i-D magazine where they discussed masculinity, stardom and -- yep -- sex with peaches.

To celebrate the release of Chalamet's new film Beautiful Boy, he sat down with the singer, actor and global superstar to chat about pretty much everything.

There was one question that had been on Styles' mind for a while, though.

"Can you still eat peaches?" the former One Direction star asked, referring to Chalamet's now infamous scene from Call Me By Your Name, where his character masturbates into a peach.

Laughing, the young actor replied, "I can, but not without thinking about it," later adding, "That's the most awkward scene to see with your parents in the whole world. My poor father."

Strangely enough, Styles was under the impression that Chalamet senior had "done it too".

Okay, weird, but okay.

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The pair also discussed how they have come to represent a new wave of masculinity -- a new generation that inhabits what "masculine" traits are in a different way -- both on and off-screen.

"There isn’t a specific notion, or jean size, or muscle shirt, or affectation, or eyebrow raise, or dissolution, or drug use that you have to take part in to be masculine," Chamalet said. "Maybe it’s because of social media, maybe it’s because of who the f**k knows what, but there’s a real excitement from our generation about doing things in a new way…"

Styles added, "I didn’t grow up in a man’s man world. I grew up with my mum and my sister. But I definitely think in the last two years, I’ve become a lot more content with who I am."

"I think there’s so much masculinity in being vulnerable and allowing yourself to be feminine, and I’m very comfortable with that," Styles said. "I definitely find -- through music, writing, talking with friends and being open -- that some of the times when I feel most confident is when I’m allowing myself to be vulnerable. It’s something that I definitely try and do."

Check out the full interview here.

Beautiful Boy comes out in select cinemas across Australia now.

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