Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Kennedys 'terrified' of Swift

Taylor Swift

The Kennedy family reportedly have concerns over where Taylor Swift's relationship with Conor Kennedy is headed.

The 22-year-old country singer is apparently already thinking about settling down with her 18-year-old beau. Taylor is said to be determined to become the next Jackie Kennedy and wants to be a permanent part of the powerful family dynasty.

The Kennedys are not excited at all about that prospect.

"They're terrified that Taylor is going to convince Conor to elope," a source told Star magazine.

"They're quite snobbish when it comes to Hollywood and are much more impressed by Ivy League types than famous people."

The age difference between Taylor and Conor is said to be a deep concern for the Kennedys.

The brood believes that Conor is simply too young to be involved in such a deep relationship.

"They see him as a child, and they hate that he's dating someone so much older," the source said.

Recently, Taylor crashed a Kennedy wedding and did not leave when the mother of the bride asked her to depart.

Taylor is said to be completely preoccupied with all things Kennedy related.

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