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Harry Styles and Kendall Jenner vacationing together in Anguilla

Published 31/12/2015

Harry Styles
Harry Styles

Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles have sparked reconciliation rumours.

Harry Styles has sparked fresh rumours suggesting he and model Kendall Jenner are more than just friends after they were spotted on vacation together in the Caribbean.

The One Direction star, who was first linked to Kim Kardashian's half-sister in late 2013, was photographed sitting beside Kendall at Blanchard's on the island of Anguilla on Tuesday (29Dec15).

Some lucky fans also dining at the restaurant were able to land a snap with the British pop hunk, while one devotee took to Twitter.com to express her excitement at witnessing the dinner date.

"IM (sic) AT DINNER WITH KENDALL JENNER AND HARRY STYLES ARE EATING DINNER NEXT TO ME THIS IS NOT A DRILL (sic)," she wrote.

According to E! News, Harry and Kendall are planning to ring in 2016 together in the tropical location.

The young stars have previously denied claims of a romance, despite enjoying a number of outings together in Hollywood, as well as embarking on a snowboarding trip to California's Mammoth ski paradise at the end of 2013.

At the time, Harry appeared to be unsure as to the status of their relationship when asked about it during an interview on CNN.

"I mean, we went out for dinner, but no, I guess," he responded.

Kendall, who is friends with Harry's ex, Taylor Swift, was more proactive in shutting down the claims.

"Enough with the rumors!" she tweeted. "I'm single, people."

The couple has yet to comment on the latest romance speculation.

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