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Conor Kennedy can’t come over to play video games after school today because his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, flew him out to Nashville by private jet a couple days ago, reports Page Six.
Swift, 22, has been dating Kennedy, 18, since early July (practically two months…practically a year). While the pair have recently been spending most of their time around the Kennedy homestead in Massachussetts, Swift left the family to live (and wed) in peace earlier this week, when she flew home to Nashville to begin promoting her new single We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.
After several nights of stalemates in which both parties refused to hang up first, the New York Post writes that Swift flew Kennedy out to be by her side because she missed him.
An anonymous source reportedly told the paper that Conor’s family has no idea when their son, a popular rising junior at the Deerfield Academy boarding school, will be home, and not because they’re passed out drunk and didn’t realize that the lump of pillows under his blanket was, in fact, a lump of pillows and not Conor Kennedy until you said something.
“Taylor missed Conor so much, she sent a plane for him a few days [after she left for Nashville]. He’s been with her ever since, and his family doesn’t know when he will be back.”
The same source, who is definitely not Taylor Swift dreaming aloud in the third person, told thePost that no one would even be surprised if Grammy-winning, home-owning, legally-drinking adult Taylor Swift and Jackie Greenblatt’s second period lab partner Conor Kennedy got married tomorrow.
“Things have become so serious between them so fast that no one in Hyannis Port would be surprised if they eloped.”
Should this transpire, the Swift-Kennedys would no doubt run the risk of violating the Deerfield Academy dormitory policy on erotic rendezvous, which states that sexual intimacy, “while a normal and healthy aspect of adult life,” is not permitted at the school.
Also, dorm room doors must be open ”as wide as the room’s trash can and a light source must be visible” when opposite or same sex couples visit one another in the dorms.
School night visiting hours end at 9:45 p.m. for Juniors.
[Page Six // Image via Getty]