Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy have been spotted together during a romantic getaway together this weekend, confirming their suspected relationship.
As summer draws to a close, Swift's schedule is sure to pick up while Kennedy has returned to school for the year. Despite the distance, the couple seems to be making their relationship work by planning romantic weekends together.
On Saturday, Swift, 22, and Kennedy, 18, headed to Greenfield, Mass. for a quiet, candlelight dinner at Taylor's Tavern & Restaurant, according to People magazine. The charming New England town is located just a few miles from Kennedy's prep school in Deerfield.
Swift donned a green dress during the low-key dinner and shared her salad with Kennedy, who ordered a burger, according to The Boston Herald.
Continuing their rendezvous, the couple was spotted shopping for antique furniture at Old Station Antiques in Deerfield. Also, the duo stopped by a bookstore and café where an employee reported that Swift was "very nice."
"And a little bit shy," said the associate at Montague Book Mill, according to The Herald.
Then, on Sunday, the young pair went their separate ways as Kennedy likely prepared for class on Monday.
Meanwhile, members of the Kennedy family have expressed their adoration for Swift. Although the couple has not spoken publicly about their relationship, the country music star is definitely a close friend of the famous clan.
Rory Kennedy, Conor's aunt, divulged her sentiments on Swift while at the Creative Arts Emmys in Los Angeles over the weekend.
"I think she's fantastic and I couldn't be more thrilled," the filmmaker gushed to Us Weekly. "She's a good friend of our family and we all adore her and love her. It's great to have her around."
Conor is the grandnephew of Robert Kennedy and President John F. Kennedy, as well as the son of Robert Kennedy Jr. and the late Mary Kennedy.