Could Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy be thinking about eloping? Some close to both parties wouldn't be surprised. One week apart and Taylor sent a private plane to pick Conor up and bring him to Nashville because she missed him. Really, it's not that big of a deal, they are both adults and he is a Kennedy. I'm sure he's used to private planes.


The New York Post is reporting from an unnamed source:

“Taylor missed Conor so much, she sent a plane for him a few days later. He’s been with her ever since, and his family doesn’t know when he will be back. Things have become so serious between them so fast that no one in Hyannis Port would be surprised if they eloped.”

Another source close to Swift, 22, said, “She always falls very hard and becomes very intense very quickly, and this time is no exception. In fact she seems to have fallen even harder.”

We know that Taylor is serious about this one! A few weeks ago she slapped down almost 5 million dollars and bought the house across the street from Conor's grandmother's (Ethel Kennedy) house in Massachusetts.

But eloping? Yeah, it might be a far fetched idea. Conor attends Deerfield Academy boarding school. Chances are that the Kennedy's will do their best to make sure he stays in school. writer Caity Weaver played with the idea, asking the question of how this all would work:

Should this transpire, the Swift-Kennedys would no doubt run the risk of violating the Deerfield Academy dormitory policy on erotic rendezvous, which states that sexual intimacy, "while a normal and healthy aspect of adult life," is not permitted at the school.

Also, dorm room doors must be open "as wide as the room's trash can and a light source must be visible" when opposite or same sex couples visit one another in the dorms. (According to one seasoned boarding school alumna, Swift would likely have to sign in with dorm faculty before visiting her husband, as a precaution to protect other students from Taylor Swift.)

School night visiting hours end at 9:45 p.m. for Juniors.

Hmm, maybe they have off-campus housing for married students?