Taylor and Harry are spending the Christmas holiday apart, but that’s not the way she wanted it! Read on to find out why her boy band beau turned her down!
Everyone wants to celebrate the holidays with their nearest and dearest. For Taylor Swift, that meant having boyfriend Harry Styles nearby. Though the two have been nearly inseparable since re-connecting in November, Harry had to turn down Taylor’s request that he be by her side on Christmas, according to a new report!
Even though the couple spent an incredibly romantic weekend together on a ski trip in Park City, UT, the “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer asked that her One Direction beau follow her Down Under for the holidays, while she visited Australia to promote her album Red. According to The New York Daily News‘ Confidential blog, Harry turned had to turn his love down.
A source tells the blog that Harry wanted to be in the U.K. to celebrate the holiday with his family, as well as bandmate Louis Tomlinson‘s birthday, the day before Christmas, Dec. 24.
While Taylor may be disappointed that she’s loveless during Christmas, she’s got plenty of recent memories to hold herself over until she’s back in Harry’s arms. The couple’s romantic trip to in Utah was narrated by lucky fans all over Twitter, including one who had the opportunity to see them canoodling in a hot tup! “Harry Styles is staying in the same condo as me. Y’all I’m cryin,” a Twitter user named Brooke Plemmons said. “They are at this club that I am too young to get in, so idk if it’s gonna happen,” she said, worried she wouldn’t get a chance to meet the pair.
“[Harry] was holding hands with tswift. I saw him first in hot tub outside my condo then on the streets in downtown but I was in a bus,” Brooke continued.
Are you surprised that Harry didn’t spend Christmas with Taylor, HollywoodLifers?
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