Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles dated for a brief period and during such time, the iconic couple was dubbed "Hendall." Now, new reports claim that despite their "amicable" split, Kendall hasn't gotten over Styles entirely. As for the One Direction singer, Harry "couldn't care less" about Kendall's feelings.
Harry Styles and Kendall Jenner dated for almost three months before calling it quits early in March. According to reports, the "Hendall" couple split up due to "work commitments" - Harry with the British boy band One Direction, and Kendall Jenner with her modelling career.
The "Hendall" romance may be officially over but not for one of the parties involved. According to reports by Radar Online, Kendall simply "can't get over" Harry Styles. The curly-haired cutie certainly left an impression on the 18-year old model.
"She loved the attention dating Harry gave her, plus she really fell for him big time. Kendall really opened up to him and he did nothing but use her. That hasn't stopped her from dreaming of a rematch and after a night out with the girls, she'll come home and start calling him," claims the source to the gossip Web site.
"Harry rarely takes her calls because he knows when he's pushed his luck when it comes to a woman's heart and Kendall's got it bad for him. He doesn't want to encourage her, but it's turning into an embarrassing situation - for both of them," added the source.
While Kendall is pining for Harry's attention and love, the 1D singer "couldn't care less." Representatives from Kendall and Harry have yet spoken up about the issue.
Putting aside the "Hendall" rumours, Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles have obviously got other matters to attend to. While Harry has been parading shirtless in Italy, Kendall painted her face red, white and blue in celebration of the 4th of July despite being in France.
In other Harry Styles related news, aside from the "Hendall" reunion, "Haylor" has also been trending on social networking sites. "Haylor" stands for Harry Styles and Taylor Swift. The couple dated briefly before calling it quits in January 2014.