Taylor Swift Tom Hiddleston dating update
Calvin Harris is reportedly not happy about how public Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston’s romance is. Pictured: Harris at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Inglewood, California, on April 3, 2016. Getty Images

Calvin Harris is apparently not onboard with his ex-girlfriend, Taylor Swift, parading around in public with her new beau Tom Hiddleston. Swift and the “Thor” actor have been inseparable ever since they started dating last month, and their non-stop PDA is reportedly bothering Harris.

A source close to Harris told Page Six that the Scottish DJ is “not happy” Swift moved on so fast, and is “hurt.” The source added, “Looking back, some friends do feel like Taylor’s team manipulated and orchestrated part of [her] relationship [with Calvin] after seeing how public she is with her new guy.”

The source also said it’s “obvious” that Swift and Hiddleston’s hot and heavy romance is nothing more than a publicity stunt. “I wouldn’t put it past her,” the insider said. “That’s what they do.”

In June, it was reported that Harris thought it was “f---ing laughable” that Swift met Hiddleston’s mom already. The outlet reported that Harris had wanted the “Blank Space” singer to meet his parents while they were dating but she supposedly refused because the DJ’s mom and dad lived too far away. Harris’ parents reside in the U.K. Ironically the 26-year-old pop star was photographed in Suffolk, England walking on the beach with Hiddleston and his mother. A source told TMZ that Harris was “bewildered and astonished” when the photos surfaced.

Regardless of how Harris may feel about Swift and Hiddleston’s relationship, the pair seems to be going strong. E! News reported that things are getting serious between the lovebirds and they are already discussing future plans, which involves having kids. “This is the kind of man she would want to marry,” a source said. “She has said he would make a great dad. They have talked about what they want in the future and kids are something that they would both like down the line. They have very real and serious conversations about life.”