Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles may have started as a tropical fling, but now they’re the real deal, and a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that they won’t let distance stand in their way. Here’s how they plan to stay tight from across the pond.
Kendall Jenner, 20, and Harry Styles, 21, may live on different continents, but they aren’t about to let that kill their budding romance! A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how the new couple plans to stay close even when they’re across the world from each other. Find out, here!
Harry and Kendall fell hard for each other on their romantic vacation in St. Barth’s over the holidays, and they don’t want it to end now that they’re back to daily life – in different countries. Harry may spend a lot of time in Los Angeles where Kendall lives, but his home base is still in England where he’s from. Don’t worry, they aren’t going to let that ruin their budding romance! “Harry and Kendall are determined to make their relationship a priority now that they are apart,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. You can shop for an awesome sweatshirt featuring Harry’s tattoos RIGHT HERE.
Yay! We’re totally obsessed with Hendall, so we’re glad they aren’t gonna call it quits. But Britain is damn far away. How are they going to make it work? “They promised each other that they wouldn’t let the long distance ruin what they have,” the source explained EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com. “So, they have scheduled Skype sessions that typically last two hours long. And they text throughout the day when they can.” Oh, so they plan to carry on a typical young relationship? Cool.
Harry and Kendall have both had crappy luck in love, with no real lasting relationships yet. But now that they’re both in their twenties, it seems like this new relationship is a major priority. Plus, it’s not like the pair doesn’t have the means to fly to visit a ton, even if it is tough to find time between being a supermodel and a worldwide pop star. Good luck you two!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think they can make it work from overseas? Let us know below!