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Harry Styles has reportedly been warned by his management not to get too serious with Kendall Jenner as they believe she is a "distraction."
The One Direction star, 19, began dating Jenner, 18, in November and the pair reportedly spends a significant amount of time talking on the phone when they are not physically together, which has raised concerns amongst his team. Styles has reportedly told friends that he is falling in love with the reality TV star and critics fear that his love life could ultimately affect his successful showbiz career.
"Harry has told his management team as well as his band members that he thinks he's in love with Kendall. Obviously they are terrified," a source told Hollyscoop.
"His management think that she is a huge distraction and are very concerned without the amount of time he's been spending with her," the insider explained. "They want him to focus on the music right now because he's so big, and have told him not to get too serious with Kendall."
The young couple reportedly met before Thanksgiving during a taping of the "X Factor" and they have been inseparable ever since. They were first photographed enjoying a dinner date at Hollywood restaurant Craigs in November and since then, the pair has spent quality time together in various cities around the world including London and New York.
"Harry is seeing stars and thinks that she is the hottest girl in the universe," the source said.
The report comes one month after Jenner's brother Brody openly revealed that he believes the teenage model will break the British pop star's heart.
"I hate to tell you this, but Kendall will be doing the heartbreaking," Brody told the New York Daily News. "I'm sure she's having a fun time with him. She has a very level head, great head on her shoulders. But they are both so young."
While Styles, who has been linked to various Hollywood stars including Taylor Swift, is often busy jet-setting around the world, he and Jenner communicate regularly. The pair was reportedly introduced by their managers.
"They're in that stage where they're obsessed with each other and talk 30 times a day," a source told In Touch magazine.