Harry Styles and Kendall Jenner are inseparable these days. The One Direction singer reportedly flew from London at 3 am to see his lady love. The two have been so romantically involved with each other that Harry might end up spending Christmas with Kendall, in her Kardashian mansion. There has been speculation in the media that Kendall's mother, Kris Jenner, has invited the One Direction hottie over to the home of the Kardashians for a family celebration.
Even though both Harry and Kendall have not come out in the open proclaiming about their relationship, they both are travelling a lot to spend time with each other. When they are away, Harry sends out lots of text messages to Kendall and even took the pain to fly out to London after being in Paris to spend a night in a hotel with the 18-year-old. And everyone knows that he has introduced Kendall to the gay bars.
"Harry really likes Kendall. She's not like he would've expected - she asked him to help her give out food packages for charity over the festive period, they had massages at the Gansevoort Hotel in NYC, and she talked him out of getting another tattoo," says a source to Mstarz.com.
With the holiday season kicking in, both Harry and Kendall might have some time on their hands. What better way to spend the holiday season than Harry visiting Kendall's house and take a step further in the relationship? Now that he has a formal invite from his girlfriend's mommy, Harry can surely consider the plan.
"He gets lonely sometimes - most of the other 1D boys have girlfriends," continued the source, adding, "[Kris has] offered Bruce's Malibu mansion to the whole family. Having Harry over would give them kudos."
Do you think Harry would accept the Kardashian invitation to join them on Christmas? He does have his own family with a loving mom and a step dad, who deserve Harry more than anyone else. It is really early to conclude whether Kris Jenner's invitation to Harry Styles is true or a rumour. We all will have to wait for the Christmas pictures to come out and then arrive at any conclusion.
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