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Cara Delevingne 'played cupid with Kendall and Harry'

Published 17/01/2016

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne is said to be the one who encouraged Kendall Jenner to date Harry Styles again.

Cara Delevingne reportedly played cupid by setting up her close pal Kendall Jenner with Harry Styles.

Model Kendall and One Direction star Harry were rumoured to have enjoyed a brief fling in 2013, and after being spotted getting cosy on a yacht in the Caribbean recently it seems they've reignited their spark. An insider claims Cara is to thank for this reconnection, as despite having dated Harry too, the British fashion star was the one who encouraged her pal to try again with him.

"Harry's been bombarding Kendall with calls, flowers and texts since he moved to LA after the band's break at the end of 2015," a source told Britain's Closer magazine. "Cara played cupid, encouraging Kendall to give things another go with Harry."

Luckily there's no awkwardness between Cara and Kendall, as Cara is currently loved up with musician St. Vincent, real name Annie Clark. The couple began dating in 2015 and double dates could be on the cards if Kendall and Harry's romance continues to blossom.

"Cara's so in love and wants Kendall to be happy," the source added. "She feels Harry is perfect for her - they're adorable together."

Kendall's older half-sister Khloé Kardashian appeared to confirm her sibling's romance recently, telling reporters how she thinks the pair make a great couple. The rest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan are said to be on board with the relationship too, but it seems one of Kendall's close pals isn't taking it so well.

While fellow model Gigi Hadid hasn't dated Harry, she is currently seeing his former bandmate Zayn Malik.

"Not only is that a bit awkward, because the boys aren't really on speaking terms, but behind closed doors Zayn has made no secret of the fact that he thinks Harry is a player," a source told Britain's Grazia magazine.

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