While Taylor Swift's career is in quite good shape, it seems as if her love life is not too far behind. Multiple news sources are reporting that the "Safe & Sound" singer is currently dating Conor Kennedy, grandson of Robert F. Kennedy.
According to People magazine, Swift's fallen hard for the 18-year-old prep school student and even cites a source who says "Taylor is swept off her feet . . . She thinks he is the one right now."
But as the summer nears its end, the two's time together is limited as Kennedy is getting ready to go back to school and Swift is gearing up to promote her new fragrance and reportedly a new album.
But that doesn't seem to bother Swift as the New York Daily News is reporting that the 22-year-old country singer has just bought a $4.9 million house conveniently located right next door to the famed Kennedy family compound on Cape Cod.
The News goes into much detail about the sprawling 4,400-square-foot house saying that it's a stone's throw away from President John F. Kennedy's "Summer White House" and even closer to the summer home of Conor's grandmother Ethel Kennedy.
While the purchase seems to confirm what some pictures already hint at, it's also likely that Swift wants to make sure she can be by Conor's side more than ever. The Grammy Award winner apparently played a big role in consoling him when his mother, Mary, committed suicide in May, the Daily News reports.
They were also spotted together on July 25 enjoying pizza at Kennedy family favorite Marcella's Pizza in his hometown, Mount Kisco, N.Y., according to People. Days later, the pair grabbed pizza again and visited with his grandmother, Ethel Kennedy.
In addition, on July 29, they lunched with friends at Baxter's on Cape Cod where she ate chicken fingers and sat next to Kennedy. Swift "was smiling a lot and she looked happy," an observer told the magazine.
On Dec. 3, Swift will be honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights for her commitment to social change, especially her work against bullying and LGBT discrimination. Ethel Kennedy will present the award.