It seems as though Taylor Swift and Harry Styles are really getting serious. The couple, nicknamed Haylor, traveled to the British Virgin Islands for a little romance. Despite wanting private time together, they took time to pose with fans for some pictures. They've done quite a bit of vacationing in their two short months together including traveling to England and skiing in Utah. Other than globetrotting with her latest boyfriend, what else has the songstress been up to lately?
Love and jewelry
When she listed off some of the things she wanted for Christmas, such as a pasta maker and clothes, Taylor likely never imagined the lovely gift her guy would give her just days after the holiday. No doubt rocking her "surprised face," she accepted a vintage emerald bracelet that Harry bought her at a shop near his home in England. That's not the only surprise she got for New Year's. He also reportedly told her he loves her.
New Year's Eve performance
Wearing a red jacket, black boots and black leather pants, the "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer took the stage in Times Square to perform during "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest." As the new year approached, she and her boyfriend shared a kiss in the crowd. The blonde beauty, whose favorite lucky number is 13, was obviously excited about 2013 and tweeted "There are 13's EVERYWHERE. This is PERFECT." We doubt she's going to need much luck to make this year a success.
The singer is topping charts everywhere you look! The Billboard 200 Album Chart was recently released and TSwizzle's Red album nabbed the Number 1 spot yet again beating out the soundtrack to "Les Miserables" as well as her boyfriend's One Direction album, Take Me Home. The Red album also holds the Number 1 spot for the week on Billboard's Country Albums chart, is at Number 9 on iTunes and is currently a Number 1 best seller in the Today's Country category on Amazon.com.
Sound off! Do you think the couple will hold up long term or do you think they'll fizzle out once the honeymoon phase is over?
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