Taylor Swift is completely, head over heels in love with Harry Styles of One Direction, word has it. Convinced that their romance did not work earlier this year because they spent too little time together, she’s made plans to move to the UK.
Taylor and Harry were previously romantically linked in the press in March.
According to recent reports cited by Hollywood Life, Taylor is convinced that moving down the street from Harry in London would totally make the romance work this time, because it would no longer be a long-distance relationship.
“Taylor is said to be purchasing a home in North London, in her rumored flame Harry Styles’ neighborhood, and a new report suggests that ‘she’s even asked Harry if he’ll come and look at some places with her’,” HL writes.
An insider claims that Taylor has already instructed a real estate agent to look into the situation, presumably with the idea in mind of moving to London as soon as possible.
Things between her and Harry are heating up, other reports online would have us believe.
“She’s been interested in buying a house in the UK for a while. But after months of not really mentioning it, Taylor’s suddenly instructed an estate [agent] to get on it ASAP! She’s even asked Harry if he’ll come and look at some places with her, since he knows the area,” the spy says.
“Taylor says the reason things fizzled out last time was because they had no time together. I’m sure their recent contact is behind her sudden enthusiasm to buy in London. She says they’ll be able to pick up where they left off,” another source goes on to say.
Admittedly, Taylor may have omitted to talk to Harry about her move to the UK.
“I’m not sure how Harry will cope if Taylor does move in down the road. He always talks big with girls he likes, promising the earth, but in reality I think Harry likes being single,” the insider says.
Just recently, Taylor became the target of several vicious attacks online for dating Harry, with diehard fans of One Direction actually threatening to kill her because of it, as we also reported at the time.