The growing relationship between Grammy Award winning Taylor Swift, and Conor Kennedy, grandson of Robert F. Kennedy and son of the late Mary Kennedy, has increasingly produced headlines ever since the two were first linked in early July. Media coverage intensified when the pair allegedly crashed the wedding of Conor’s cousin Kyle Kennedy in Boston late last month. More recently, Page Six reports that the 22-year-old pop icon flew the 18-year-old high school student on her private jet from the Hyannis Port, Mass. Kennedy family compound to her hometown of Nashville because she “missed Conor so much” — even though the pair had only been separated for a little over a week.
And rumors are flying that the two are thinking of eloping (My, my what did you say her name was, SWIFT, indeed)
Some say the freewheeling Swift is the perfect girl for Conor, 18, right now. Others say the savvy singer, who’s reportedly obsessed with Camelot, is taking advantage of a young man at a very vulnerable moment in his life.
Recently, two psychological experts, informed of the lovebirds’ rapidly developing relationship, provided an instructive cursory analysis of the inseparable couple that might put this very curious relationship in perspective.
According to the expert, Swift seems to get involved in relationships that go too far too fast, and they do not end well. This revelation doesn’t bode well for her current relationship with 18-year-old Conor Kennedy.
When Swift was dating Jake Gyllenhaal in 2010, it took just a couple of weeks before she was at his parents’ house for Thanksgiving Dinner. The couple split before January of that year.
“People magazine” reported that Swift just purchased a home next door to Kennedy’s family in Massachusetts. While the veracity of this story is in doubt, it nevertheless, rings true because the Grammy winner is known to be a bit capricious; in other words, swift.
Clinical Psychologist and Relationship specialist, Dr. Ann Wexler, told FOX411’s Pop Tarts:
“It can be dangerous when you pair the impulsivity of youth with the financial means of a mega-star. There are no natural limits to what young celebrities can do and they probably are too young to know how to limit themselves.” In other words, Taylor Swift may be too “swift” for Kennedy.
Dr. Terri Orbach, a relationship expert, also told Fox:
“I think the four-year age gap between 18 and 22 is significant. He seems too young for her, given that people mature, grow, and experience so much during those four years.”
Orbach also said that the couple living so close together could also present a significant problem.
“Living so close to Conor may create tension and conflict for Conor and his family. Will she be invited to all family functions? Will they be able to see Conor by himself? Will Conor be caught in the middle?” These are reasonable concerns that might interest any loving family.
Swift and Kennedy already ran into some problems when they showed up to a wedding last week at the Kennedy compound and were asked to leave by the mother of the bride. The incident made the press and Swift looked somewhat immature as a result.
Dr. Orbach pointed out that Swift also has a tendency towards rocky breakups, which usually inspire her to write songs about her exes. Will she write a song about a Kennedy? We will have to see how many hits she produces from this fling!