Taylor Swift sent private jet to collect Conor Kennedy, they are “inseparable”

The idea of recapping all of the Taylor Swift-Conor Kennedy nonsense is giving me a preemptive stomachache (ulcer?), so let me just say this: Conor and Swifty have been enjoying a summer romance that Swifty hopes will continue into 2013. And beyond. I don’t have any problems believing that Swifty was and is the aggressor in this relationship, despite claims that Conor (only a few months past his 18th birthday) is super-romantic and that he “takes care of her.” Swifty has even purchased a home right by the Kennedy compound – and no, I don’t believe Radar’s report that the property was purchased by a hedge fund manager rather than Swifty. Swifty bought the place – her people pretty much confirmed it to People and Us Weekly. Anyway, the latest on the most bizarre coupling of the year is that Swifty is so enchanted by her prep school love that she sent her jet for him several days ago “and his family doesn’t know when he’ll be back.”

Taylor Swift is so smitten with Conor Kennedy that, after leaving him in Massachusetts to head back to Nashville, she missed him so desperately she sent a jet to pick him up from the Kennedy home.

Sources exclusively tell Page Six that country superstar Swift left the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis Port alone just over a week ago to go to Nashville to work and promote her new single, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”

But one source said, “Taylor missed Conor so much, she sent a plane for him a few days later. He’s been with her ever since, and his family doesn’t know when he will be back. Things have become so serious between them so fast that no one in Hyannis Port would be surprised if they eloped.”

A Kennedy source told us that despite their still-brief romance, which they say started in July, Swift seems “totally in love with Conor. They are inseparable and are all over each other all the time. While his relatives really like Taylor, some feel their lovey-dovey behavior is cute while it has made others in the family feel a little uncomfortable.”

The love-struck pair crashed the wedding of Kyle Kennedy in Boston. The bride’s mother, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, said she had asked them via text not to come, then asked Swift to leave twice. But, “It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me.”

Another source close to Swift, 22, said, “She always falls very hard and becomes very intense very quickly, and this time is no exception. In fact she seems to have fallen even harder.”

According to reports, Swift even bought a home next to 19-year-old Conor’s family. And she was spotted holding tight to him while accompanying him and his siblings to their mother Mary Richardson Kennedy’s grave site.

Reps for Swift, who so far have not commented on the relationship, didn’t get back to us last night.

[From Page Six]

Now, Conor’s prep school begins soon – I think he’s due back right after Labor Day, which is this Monday. So, Conor is enjoying the last gasp of his summer vacation with Swifty in an undisclosed location because that’s all completely normal. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – if the genders were reversed, this would be seen as “creepy” across the board. But because it’s a 22-year-old going on 13, most people are like, “Yeah, I bet he IS the mature one in the relationship.”

Incidentally, Fox News’ Pop Tarts had a “Durr” story in which various therapists and psychologists analyzed the Conor-Swifty relationship – you can read the full piece here. What I come away with is “WTF is the Kennedy family thinking, letting this get so far?”

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. tru tru says:

    Poor kid, when he wants to date others, its gonna get crazy for him.

  2. StephanieMarie2685 says:

    Totally thought that header pic was a wax figure of Swifty

  3. Shelly says:

    Their age difference doesn’t bother me. What bothers me is that he is still in high school. If he was 18 and out of school, that would be one thing. It’s just weird that she’s a 22-year-old dating a dude who’s in HIGH SCHOOL. And she bought a house across the street (after less than 2 months of dating! ??), because all boys in high school stay with their high school girlfriends for forever and ever. She is embarrassing herself.

    • Erinn says:

      I’ve been lucky. I’ll have been with my boyfriend for 8 years this December… we’ve been dating since 9th grade. I moved away for college for two years, and we still made it work. Very few people can manage it though. Even fewer famous people. We also didn’t move anywhere near the rate that these two did…

      • Obvious says:

        Congrats Erinn. I just celebrated my 8 year anniversary with my high school sweetheart, we’ve been together since I was 16. Not all high school relationships fail, yes many do, but not all of them.

        However if he were out of high school this wouldn’t seem so “off” to me.

        My best friend and I used to love Taylor’s songs, they were campy and mostly upbeat and easy to just belt out in the car, but this new song has just ruined all of it for us, we now changed the channel whenever ANY TS song comes on.

      • Erinn says:

        @Obvious Congrats to you as well! We’re pretty impressive haha.

        I agree though- if he was in college, or just done high school it would be different. It’d be one thing if she was a normal kid I think, still a little off. But if she was in college while he was in high school it’d be different than having her own disposable income to just whisk the kid away with jets and being able to buy a beautiful home across the street.

      • gg says:

        @ Erinn ^^ … in Hyannis Port!

    • T.C. says:

      It’s in “his blood to screw around”? So the Kennedy’s have special things in their blood? What science class did you learn that from? Judging this boy based on his last name is ridiculous. He is an 18 year old high school boy whose mother just hanged herself in the family barn a few months ago. No need to attack him because you have mad hate for other members of the Kennedy family.

      • Eddie says:

        I don’t think it is impressive to be with the same guy since high school.. In my experience people are often unhappy but don’t know it because they have nothing to compare the relationship to. Everyone’s different though…

      • gg says:

        I see your point, sure, but it’s not like there isn’t an uncanny amount of history behind Kennedy men’s infidelity. It’s been legendary for decades and it’s not letting up any. Name one Kennedy adult male who HASN’T screwed around. It does seem like they think it’s okay.

    • grace says:

      She didn’t purchase the house. The Barnstable Country register of deeds has no record of the sale, and Paul Grover, a principal in Robert Paul Properties, denied the rumours and says a a New York hedge fund manager bought the house.

    • TG says:

      Totally agree @Shelly and I love it. I stopped liking Taylor when I realized what a fraud she was. I mean hooking up with Taylor Lautner was fake, she can’t sing and her songs are childish. And now she is trying to dress like a Kennedy from the 50′s what a fool. I can just see her going over and over in her head at night “if only he was a year older, if only. . .” That must kill her – she nabbed a Kennedy but he is only a boy. LOL

    • ZenB!tch says:

      I have one friend who is married to her HS sweetheart. They’ve been together since they were 16, married at 25 and are now 42. Another of my friends has been with her college sweetheart for 20 years. She is 38, he is 42.

      The latter is the same age difference as Swifty and Connor but the BIG difference is she was a college freshman not a high school junior.

      In my view this is more than 4 years because he is a junior not a college freshman as he should be.

      As a young woman I would never have looked at a younger man which is something we have discussed here. It just wasn’t done in the 80s and 90s.

      HOWEVER, more importantly only a creep would have looked at me when I was a JUNIOR or vice versa. That is just weird. His peers are children. Older children but children.

  4. Quinn says:

    I think this chick has arrested development.

    • This Just In says:

      There’s definitely something wrong with her her. It’s not just this thing with the highschooler. It’s the way she’s all “HE’S THE ONE” with every guy she dates even if she’s only been dating him for 5 minutes. She freaks men out. Her last two boyfriends were much older than her and she terrified them with her creepy, clingy ways. Now she’s gone to the polar opposite direction and is with a guy is is much younger. Is this Taylor trying to find a guy who won’t (can’t) run from her? I think it is. I just can’t figure out WHY she’s like this. So very young to already be screwed up with men.

  5. brin says:

    They are inseparable…until he makes a break for it and she writes a creepy song about him.

  6. Skins says:

    Will she visit him at recess when he goes back to school?

  7. Shitler says:

    I starting to see a lot of Leann’s characteristics in Taylor.. What is it with these country music chicks?

  8. shannon says:

    Major co-sign. My first thought was “How in the hell are the adults in his life allowing this?” As the mother of a son Conor’s age (just started senior year, though he’s 17, not 18), I’d go massive apesh!t if he took off in some chick’s private jet (or in someone’s 1990 Hyundai) and I didn’t know when to expect him back. Right before school starts? Of course, I guess things are different when you’re a Kennedy?

    • Esmom says:

      Seriously. Although I guess things are different when you’re a Kennedy…and when you’ve lost your mom. Where the eff is his dad in all this?

    • shannon says:

      I did not realize that, so that’s cool that at least his dad is making an appearance. IMO still too heavy of a relationship for a boy this young, especially after what he’s been through this year. And hopefully his dad isn’t just chilling, wondering when his son will make it home on the private jet.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Your son has a family who cares about him. Kennedys aren’t like that. I wonder who is looking after him and his sibling(s). I think I read he is the oldest. What about the ones who are not technically off age (and may be ahead of him in school – sorry it had to be said)

      I say “where is his father” but I also say where was his father’s mother – schmoozing and ignoring all of her 11 kids and milking being RFKs widow. Actually, his father is old enough for me to ask “where was RFK?” when he was a child but I know where he was being a Kennedy which is where RFK Jr. is.

  9. Stormy says:

    I’m starting to get used to this.I dare say,good luck,maybe a 18 year old will worship her instead of shit on her like all the grown Hollyweird guys do.

    • This Just In says:

      Whoa. The older guys are at fault because she threw herself on them the first 5 minutes they started dating her? She suffocates men. Sure, John Mayer is a certified a-hole. But Jake Gyllenhal doesn’t have that kind of reputation (as far as I know?). I’ve seen decent men try to talk sense into girls like Taylor but in the end the only language these clingers understand is loud and nasty. Then it’s all victimhood and sad songs. The truth is, if these men shat on her, it’s because she drove them to it.

      • grace says:

        Jake was just embarrassed by the attention they received, let’s be real. And Reese Witherspoon struck up a friendship with Taylor after her split from Jake. She also made some disparaging comments about the difference with her relationship with Jim Toth and Jake – ie. Jim Toth was more loving and involved with her children.

    • Erinn says:

      I don’t think anyone should be in a relationship where they are worshipped… admired, loved, cared for, respected; yes.

      She gets enough idol worship from all the people that continue to buy into her crap.

  10. Talie says:

    Someone her age should be letting loose and having a bit more fun with dating. Not getting mixed up with a teenager whose mother just killed herself.

  11. Amelia says:

    Chrissakes…. Well, we’d better hope that whoever Connor goes out with next (and let’s be realistic, he’s 18 and he’ll soon realise how clingy Swifty is) has proper security detail. I could totally see her going Single White Female/Fatal Attraction on Connor and Swifty 2.0

  12. Erinn says:

    So if she can’t spend a week away from him, how is he going to go to school while she works? This’ll be very interesting come September. God help any female friends he has.

  13. ladybert62 says:

    she sent her jet for him several days ago “and his family doesn’t know when he’ll be back.”

    Isnt this kidnapping?

  14. lizbet says:

    Oh Conor Kennedy (Kennedy)
    You can’t get rid of me!
    All those high school girls
    With their pom poms and curls
    Should never tempt you from me
    Oh Conor Kennedy!

    If we break up one night
    I’ll watch you through my window
    Until we set it right.
    Night goggles and binoculars
    Keeping vigil at all hours
    will prove what you mean to me
    Oh Conor Kennedy (Kennedy)

    I think it’ll be a hit.

  15. Darlene says:

    Doesn’t she know about the Kennedy Curse? I wouldn’t date a Kennedy, and I’d be nervous if my daughter wanted to.

    • rumbleseat says:

      Yesss… but her parents are the type of people who indulged a tone-deaf girl by actually selling their McMansion and MOVING LIKE 1400 MILES away all in the service of having their kid pursue thier music dreams. Her parents are stage parents, and they’e probably delighted.

      • grace says:

        It was a wise move, considering how successful she’s been, no? And I don’t think they’re stage parents in the traditional sense, while obviously supportive of her career. They were multi-millionares in their own right and made Taylor do the rounds of the record labels on her own because it was her dream, not theirs.

      • rumbleseat says:

        My grammar was off. What I was saying was that they went above and beyond to align her with the people and place that she needed to be in for her to be successful in the industry. Most parents have neither the means nor the inclination to do this for their child. They now stage manage her and her career, so I am assuming that their daughter is their business now, no? Even the brother was in on the act, taking tour pictures of her for a photo agency. And honestly, claiming that a longshot and a prayer decision like getting your kid into showbiz was in any way wise just because your kid happened to be the one in a million who made it is fairydust thinking. It worked out, and good for them, but there are never any guarantees in that industry.

  16. rose says:

    although I can understand that there are likely real feelings here, they are still so young and this will end once they are back into their separate routines. Connor’s family most likely doesn’t want to rock the boat with him considering his mother’s passing so recently in such a horrible way. Taylor is way too independently wealthy for her family to even try and intervene.

  17. Sirsnarksalot says:

    IDK, I think Taylor gets a bit of a bad rap because she’s been so open about her song inspiration. She is really young and at that age I was just as emotional. And if I had made a gazillion dollars, I’d have sent a private plane for my boyfriend too. Miley Cyrus is the same age as these two and no one is freaking out over her being engaged, but god forbid Taylor be super into her guy! I think people should cut her some slack. She’s not running around in Hollywood drunk driving or getting caught texting nude pics to randoms. I like her. Sue me.

    • Jess says:

      Miley is 19, Taylor is 22, and she’s dating a kid in high school. I graduated college at 22. Taylor is not some lovesick school girl. She’s an adult, and this is weird, I’m sorry.

      • Sirsnarksalot says:

        Keep in mind that he’s a Kennedy, not some random high school kid. And prep school (boarding prep school) is a far cry from “high school”.

      • Zwella Ingrid says:

        She may be an adult age wise, but consider how she has spent so much of her teen years chasing a career in music. I saw a documentary on her, and she hasn’t had what I would consider normal teen experiences, so I would say emotionally she is immature. This relationship is probably right on in terms of her maturity. Its too bad someone can’t restrain her impulses a little, such as buying the house. I agree we need to cut her some slack, but there are adults around the situation who should be making some boundaries. His family for sure.

      • Lauren says:

        I have a handsome, polite son who just turned 19, and he has older women after him all the time! He is very polite, very witty, and comes from a good family. His current girlfriend is two years older, and wants to marry him when they finish school. (college) Women are the hunters in this era. My son seems oblivious to what is going on, i do not say anything negative, because i am afraid he will run off and elope. I trust my son has enough judgement to come to his senses, and not grow up too fast.

    • Jess says:

      Yeah, prep schools are more strict and provide less freedom and less independence, which makes this all the weirder for a grown woman to be tied up in. He’s not in college. He’s under someone elses guidance and someone elses rules…until he graduates that is. Lol…

    • PleaseICU says:

      She’s 22. At what age does it become appropriate to hold her accountable for her actions in her relationships? She’s not some tween who’s never had a boyfriend before.

      Buying a house across the street from a barely legal teenage BOY she’s been seeing for less than 2 months, crashing family events and refusing to leave when asked, adopting some Jackie-Kennedy-esque wardrobe/style for Kennedy family outings that are all conveniently papped, going hardcore after a boy who lost his mother just a few months ago and is in a really, really vulnerable place, refusing to be apart from him and sending a private plane for him and not letting anyone know when he’s returning aren’t just the normal emotions of a young girl. That’s unhealthy and disturbing behavior at *any* age. Behavior that appears to be increasing in occurrence rather than decreasing the longer she’s with him.

      And if she doesn’t know better then her parents need to do their damn jobs and parent her (better late than never). Let her know that this type of behavior is not healthy and doesn’t foster long-lasting, healthy, happy relationships let alone this fairy tale Camelot-esque romance she seems to be chasing.

      Sending nudes to someone only embarrasses the celeb in question. Taylor’s actions are messing not just with her but with the life and emotional well-being of a grieving teenager. Right now Taylor’s actions seem a heck of a lot more potentially damaging than some sexting or picture taking celeb that gets hacked and revealed.

      • grace says:

        Taylor didn’t purchase the house. The Barnstable Country register of deeds has no record of the sale, and Paul Grover, a principal in Robert Paul Properties, denied the rumours and says a a New York hedge fund manager bought the house.

        She’s dressed in a similar style for at least 3 years now.

        What’s unusual about them traveling by private jet? She worth over $100 million; he was hardly going to get the Greyhound. And I don’t know why you think this type of behavior is “increasing” – Conor has been using her private jet to travel to and from Nashville all summer. This is at least their third time to spend time there. I’m sure he is in touch with his father and will inform him when he’ll be back – he doesn’t need a specific date because he’s not flying commerical. He can come and go on a whim.

        There’s nothing “weird” about the relationship to me. Just seems like a typical, intense summer romance. Miley is dating a man with the same age difference and no one cares – it’s misogyny as far as I’m concerned.

      • Erinn says:

        Yes, grace, you’ve made it quite clear as to what you consider misogyny. The difference is this kids mother just killed herself a little while back, and he’s still in high school. Miley isn’t. It’s weird that she’s dating someone in high school, no matter how you look at it. It’d be just as weird and creepy if a 22 year old boy was dating a high school kid.

    • L says:

      Whenever I mention this to friends who are country music fans they all say ‘oh well he’s a kennedy. He’s experienced way more in life than most 18 year olds’
      Now it’s ‘prep school isn’t like high school?

      Bull crap. A junior in high school who just turned 18 regardless of what family they come from is still a junior in high school. Yes, he might be more mature than the ‘average’ junior-but there is still a huge stage difference between that and a 22 year old. There is still a maturity level that a kid that age doesn’t have. It totally creeps me out.

      She is reading as a desperate stalker who is desperate for the fairytale. She’s taking advantage of him, because regardless of what her team wants to sell they are not on a level playing field. At all. She’s manipulating a damaged teenager and should be ashamed of herself.

      • rumbleseat says:

        Exactly. Your inherent maturity or lack thereof as well as your cirumstances can influence where you fall on the scale of development, but it has little to do with the life stages that we must grow and go through to reach adulthood. A mature and cultured eighteen year old still has not lived on their own, paid rent, had a few relationships on their own terms, navigated their way through college/work, etc.

        Heck, I remember how afraid my teenage roommate was to talk to the cable guy when we all got an apartment!

      • grace says:

        How could you possibly know that she’s “manipulating” him? Ridiculous.

      • Irishae says:

        I agree that the “He’s a Kennedy, so therefore…” excuse is very naive. I grew up in shmancy prep schools with celebrity children and nothing could be farther from the truth. Just because your parents were “somebody” doesn’t automatically translate. 99% of these kids have terrible parents and too much time and money to burn while their handlers chase after them. Most have never known struggle or character-building life experiences. Someone signed a check for $40k a year on prep school–so what? That shouldn’t imply anything about a kid’s maturity level. There is no connection….

    • This Just In says:

      Miley Cyrus: I can’t stand her either. Another self-aggrandizing know-it-all-about-life with chipmunk teeth. Just like Taylor Swift.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Maybe because Miley hasn’t spent her life locked up in a prep school. She is not 2 years behind in school and while she does not have the world’s best parents she is close to them. Her parents may not have the best judgment but they are alive and stable.

      I don’t think Miley’s relationship was so “OMG! we’ve been together 2 months lets get married!” And yes, I thought it was bad when they hooked up and she was 17 and he was older but he wasn’t the first adult she dated and they have made it two years.

  18. Pont Neuf says:

    Taylor Swift = Raging Narcissist Desperate for Attention… Not to mention, an effin’ awful singer and rather mediocre songwriter.

    With that said, he would look SO dreamy dressed as Prince Charming, arriving in his glitter-covered Little Pony unicorn to save Princess Taylor Creeps from her own ego (and Single White Female antics)!

    I wonder, when is she going to write a song/record a video about all of this?

  19. Andy says:

    No wonder Ethel Kennedy loves Taylor. She has all of the characteristics of a Kennedy.

    That is not a compliment.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Where is this boy’s father… Where was Ethel when the father was a child? The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

      Ethel = my least favorite Kennedy woman.

      Ethel is also the only “Kennedy” with murderer in the bloodline. Murderer vs chicken shit manslaughterer like Ted.

  20. Junegorilla says:

    Is her role model Jennifer Love Hewitt?

  21. Hotpockets says:

    You know what’s frightening? Isn’t this Taylor Swift’s longest relationship? This won’t just conjure up a song, but an entire album will be dedicated to this romance.

    I finally met you..
    Bought a house right across from you,
    just to be next to you,
    crashed your cousin’s wedding,
    who is now pissed at you,
    but I’m going to do what I’m going to,
    Chorus: stalk you stalk stalk stalk you,
    and your family too!

  22. Jill says:

    Maybe she will write a song about all the Kennedy secrets. She likes to put everyones business out there. Who really shot John F Kennedy Taylor? Please tell us in a song. :|

  23. Brat says:

    I just realized why she squints. So you can’t see the crazy eyes

  24. Samantha says:

    She needs an intervention. At the very least, her managers need to sit her down and tell her to cool it a bit for image reasons.

  25. dorothy says:

    This is just full on creepy. Someone needs to talk to this girl about a little thing called Statutory Rape.

    • my .02 says:

      Oh, please. I know it’s creepy, but the boy is 18. He’s old enough to join the military on his own, and he’s certainly too old to be throwing around statutory rape.

      As for the whole “I wouldn’t let my senior in high school go off on his own and not know when he’s coming back” I get the feeling his father is not the most involved in his life, his mother just died, and he’s 18. Supposedly he’s still in high school because he had a lot of health problems (allergies) and that’s why he’s behind like that. Otherwise he’d be a college kid and this story would be less salacious (but no less creepy, really).

      Obviously Taylor Swift has issues with immaturity, insecurity and unrealistic expectations from her boyfriends. Which makes her perfect for another immature person – until they grow tired of her clinginess. I give it six months, tops.

      • rumbleseat says:

        It makes her perfect for another immature person until that person eventually grows up, which they always will. She needs another developmentally arrested weirdo who wants to go along with her nonsense. I feel that this is why she is most always attracted to gay men. If anyone is going to don the gay tights and enjoy the fantasy as much as she does, it’s gonna be a dandy. She should try and get with Elton John. They’re both crazy.

      • strawberryshorts says:

        Conors allergies aren’t the reason why he’s still in High School. I’m not going to air his dirty laundry it’s none of anyone’s business, just know its not health reasons that held him back.

    • grace says:

      Do you make similar comments about Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth?

      • ZenB!tch says:

        I just did above. I also compared Miley to Connor and why I think he is much more at risk than she was. He has no family now and maybe never did.

        I’m skeeved out because he is a junior. That means his peers are not adults and he is nowhere near an adult.

    • Xantha says:

      Well she did admit on Ellen years ago to driving by her exes houses “To check up on them.” Even Ellen thought that was strange and it was funny to watch Taylor try to act like everybody does it.

      I wish I could find the video but I know it was Ellen she said this to.

      In her song “Picture to Burn” she says her ex called her obsessive. Sounds like he was right.

  26. Feebee says:

    I too get a creepy almost stalker vibe from this. As stalkery as you can when it’s a legit relationship. I agree with Shelly, 18 is one thing, an 18 year old in High School is another.

    There’d be some concern if genders were reversed. Where the hell is this boy’s dad?

  27. Kloops says:

    He’s still in highschool??? Even if it’s “prep school” why hasn’t he graduated yet? I’m confused. Technically, my kids are in a private prepatory school (not in the US) but they will have graduated by 18. Is there an extra year in the US?

    Regardless, this is all extremely creepy. He’s mourning the loss of his mother for crap’s sake.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Kids in the US graduate HS at 17 or 18. They graduate the year they turn 18. He was left back 2 years for some mysterious reason.

      I actually thought prep schools had academic requirements and didn’t allow kids who couldn’t keep up. He will be a month shy of 20 if he manages to graduate. That is just weird.

  28. KellyinSeattle says:

    I just am tired that she wears the same color lipstick all the time…can’t she afford some new colors; I know Wet “N Wild is affordable.

  29. Kelly says:

    He normally would have graduated by now. I think he was kept out of school for a year or two as a kid for health reasons. A graduating senior in the US would normally be 17 or 18.

    Edit… Sorry – this was a reply to Kloops question above about him still being in HS.

  30. Violet says:

    It’s quite creepy the way she’s aggressively pursuing a teenager who’s still got TWO more years of high school left. And who’s still reeling from his mom’s recent suicide. What I can’t understand is why Conor’s family isn’t stepping in.

    Obviously, I don’t think this relationship is going to last but Swifty is going to leave him with two lasting reminders: The herp and a crappy song.

  31. Relli says:

    “Things have become so serious between them so fast that no one in Hyannis Port would be surprised if they eloped.”


    HE’S IN HIGH SCHOOL! How is the prom goign to compare to a wedding.

  32. hairball says:

    There’s just something very wrong with being that young and having private jets to do your bidding. It’s sad.

  33. Sloane Wyatt says:

    Am the only one who thinks Taylor got an eye job? Her eyes have always been hooded, and, well, now look at them!

    She and Conner are both legal. They can do what they want.

  34. Msmlnp says:

    For what it is worth, I live a village over from Hy-port and the local realtors were in the paper discrediting that she did buy the house.

    She still seems like a Stage 5 clinger though.

  35. grace says:

    But Taylor didn’t purchase the house! The Barnstable Country register of deeds has no record of the sale, and Paul Grover, a principal at the Robert Paul Properties, denies the rumours and says a a New York hedge fund manager is in the process of buying the house. Us Weekly didn’t run this story and her reps obviously didn’t give that story to People because it is untrue and reflects badly on Taylor.

    I don’t see anything “creepy” here. Just typical young love.

  36. Jacq says:

    I remember being 18, getting it on & on & ON with strapping boys who were ALSO 18. I bet she’s a little dickmatized right now. But, you know what? I’d never have any business having relentless, insane sex at 22 with an 18 year-old.

  37. Rachel says:

    I can’t help but wonder if she’s more in love with the idea of possibly being a Kennedy one day than Conor Kennedy himself.

  38. LeslieM says:

    Did anyone see Kathy Lee Gifford talking about them the other day. I can’t stand that woman. She used to be America’s sweetheart but now she’s got that bleached blond hair that doesn’t go with her complection at all. She wears sleeveless dresses in the wi ter to show off her arms and she is always using this horrible affected voice calling everyone “Dear and Sweetheart”. She is so condesending and fake. No one else on television acts this way. I can’t believe she’s still one the air. When she tries to dance or act like a younger person she looks ridiculous. She is also always making exaggerated, ugly faces at the camera. Gross!

  39. Barrett says:

    I am tall and skinny like Taylor Swift. But the last photo with her lanky, gawky super long arm is freaking me out! Good job, with the photo. It’s like seeing what I hate about myself in the reflection of looney swiftly.

  40. skuddles says:

    Oh c’mon… Taylor is completely smitten with a high school kid?? Or is she just really smitten with the whole Kennedy thing? Either way, I doubt there will be any happily ever after for her in this situation.

  41. Sumodo1 says:

    I went to prep school with Conor’s father. Nobody gave a shit about HIM, either.

    • ZenB!tch says:

      Of course not, Ethel didn’t give a shit about him or his 10 siblings. All she did was pop them out yearly to pretend she was a good Catholic and hand them over to the maid to deal with.

      Then she moved on to milking being a Kennedy widow for 45 years. She also has a nephew who killed a girl in 1975.


      • Sumodo1 says:

        Right you are! Ethel never came to visit him, that I ever saw. He was booted out of Pomfret School in 1971 for–get this–letting his hawk fly around inside the science building after hours and it strangled itself in the venetian blinds. That was AFTER he took some bad acid and had to be talked down from the library roof. Jackie O (I shit you not) came to pick him up.

  42. Allie May says:

    Oh, the romance of privately jetting around for teenage rendezvous ….

  43. While I don’t have too many issues about the age difference, the speed and apparent intensity of this “relationship” causes me concern.

  44. JRenee says:

    Sounds like 2 kids doing too much, too soon. I spy another entire cd in the making. It’s extra difficult being in the public eye at thatage but yes, she does seem a little over zealous…

  45. ZenB!tch says:

    Where did she meet him? How long after Mary died was it? Yes, I have a very twisted mind.

    • grace says:

      They were first photographed together on July 3 in Hyannis Port; Taylor, with some of her friends and family, visited for the Fourth. They weren’t standing anywhere near each other or interacting in the photos though. They were photographed talking on the 4th. They went on a date in late July. Mary died about two months prior.

  46. erika says:

    22- she’s madly in love…

    17- he’s a teenage boy getting laid…

    sorry, but we all know that’s how guys think, at least, guys in their teens/20′s!

  47. Sumodo1 says:

    18 in “prep school years” equals 40.