A reunion between the former "Haylor" couple is certainly never going to happen given Kendall Jenner is busy taking up most of Harry Styles' time. So where does this leave the other half of "Haylor," Taylor Swift? Well, rumour has it that the country crooner is planning to meet a certain ginger-haired singers' family over the holidays.
By ginger it means Ed Sheeran and not Rupert Grint of "Harry Potter." News circulated over the web that Swift is planning to head over to Sheeran's place over the holidays. What does this mean exactly? Are these two jumping over the "just friends" barrier?
Well, Swift isn't exactly "spending" the holidays at the British singers' place. Rather, both of them were just spotted hanging out together at a bar in England, close to where Sheeran had grown up. A number of photos featuring fans sandwiched between Swift and Sheeran emerged on the web.
"He often pops in for dinner with his family or friends - it's very relaxed and he just enjoys the atmosphere. He signed his recording contract and had his 21st birthday here. A lot of people know him here, so it's quite nice for him to come in and there are not swarms of people around him," stated Ms Lydford, owner of The Station bar in Framlingham, Suffolk.
Of course, there is nothing romantic going on between the two. Swift and Sheeran have constantly denied the rumours of them dating. So, all that happened on that Monday night was an innocent date between friends.
"[Monday night] was slightly different - we had lots of people coming in because they'd heard from social media that they were here. There were young people coming in, sitting in the garden and trying to see through the window," continued Ms Lydford, adding, "From what I hear, she [Swift] had a lovely evening. It was nice for her to see where he used to hang out."
So who exactly would be spending the holidays with Swift then? That is certainly the question floating around the minds of "Swifties." Hopefully, the rumoured new fling, Douglas Booth, gets to spend some time with Swift on the holidays.
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