It's going to be hard for Taylor Swift to deny a romantic involvement with Conor Kennedy -- the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy -- now that photos of the two holding hands and getting very cozy have surfaced.
The New York Post reports that the 22-year-old singer spent last weekend at the exclusive Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., and she was extremely "touchy-feely" with 18-year-old Conor.
The new couple don't appear to be making attempts to hide their romance, as Taylor turned heads when they showed up at a house party on Friday night, populated by all the jaded locals of Hyannis Port.
Recently, there were reports that Swift's previous visits to the Kennedy compound caused some friction, but that couldn't be further from the truth. The family appears to have welcomed Swift with open arms, as she was spotted chatting up family matriarch Ethel Kennedy, after they went sailing on Saturday.
On Sunday, Taylor and Conor made yet another public appearance together, this time attending Mass at Our Lady of Victory Church in Centerville, Mass., where Swift sat in the balcony with the rest of the famous family, reports the Boston Herald.
Their church date marks the third time they've stepped out in public together this month -- last week they were spotted dining at Marcella’s Pizza in Mount Kisco, N.Y., and they celebrated the Fourth of July together at the Kennedy compound.
Prior to Taylor and Conor's pizza date, it was rumored that she was dating another Kennedy family member -- Patrick Schwarzenegger. The two were spotted hugging during Swift's first visit to Hyannis Port at the beginning of July, but it seems that it's Conor, not Patrick, who is part of her Camelot love story.
For photos of Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy getting cozy, click over to the New York Post.
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