Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy have not publicly confirmed their relationship, but after they were spotted eating some local grub with Swift's parents in Nashville, Tenn., it seems like the couple is all but skywriting it, the New York Daily News reported.

One of Swift's fans posted a picture of Kennedy, Swift, and her parents eating together at a restaurant in Nashville.

Swift is almost cradle-robbing by dating Kennedy, who is four years younger than the 22-year-old songstress.

Swift has publicly dated celebrities older than Kennedy in the past. They include Taylor Lautner, 20, Joe Jonas, 22, Jake Gyllenhaal, 31, and John Mayer, 34.

According to the Daily News, the couple was eating at the popular Pancake Pantry on Thursday in Nashville, the same town where Swift reportedly owns a $2.5 million mansion.

The "Love Story" singer and Kennedy were first spotted canoodling together about two weeks ago when Swift was photographed spending the weekend with the Kennedys at their famed compound in Hyannis Port, Mass.

"She is pretty head over heels," a source told Us Weekly. "It's really puppy love right now."

Conor Kennedy is the son of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and the late Mary Kennedy, who committed suicide in May, the Daily News reported.

Swift has reportedly been supportive of Kennedy since the loss of his mother.

"Taylor has been a real shoulder to cry on," a source told Us Weekly.

His older half-sister, Kick, told the magazine that Swift's relationship with her brother is "very real." Kick said of Swift, "I love her, she's great."

Swift became chummy with the Kennedy clan after attending the premiere of "Ethel," an HBO documentary about Ethel Kennedy's life.

"She's a great friend of all of ours," Kennedy's Aunt Rory said during a Television Critics Association panel discussion on Aug. 1 in Beverly Hills, Calif. "She's awesome, and we love her."

When asked how they felt about Swift becoming a Kennedy one day, Conor's grandmother Ethel replied, "We should be so lucky!"