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Taylor Swift absent from latest Kennedy wedding
Taylor Swift and boyfriend Conor Kennedy didn't show up to the latest Kennedy wedding this weekend, which took place less than a month after the power couple made news for reportedly crashing another cousin's nuptials.
You may recall that the country music star and her boyfriend, who has lived in Bedford, showed up in Boston to attend the Aug. 25 reception for bride Kyle Kennedy and her husband, Liam Kerr. Vicki Gifford Kennedy — the mother of the bride and the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Sr. — complained after that ceremony that Taylor and Conor sneaked into the reception without her permission. (At the time, a Swift spokeswoman said the bride welcomed the new couple as guests.)
Now, the Boston Herald is reporting that the purported wedding crashers were nowhere to be found at the wedding of Vicki's son, Michael Kennedy Jr., who married Mary Campbell this weekend in Nantucket.
Perhaps Swift was scared off by what happened the last time? Maybe her invitation got lost in the mail. Regardless, it's probably best that she and Conor declined with regret, even if they were never invited in the first place.
Although not at the wedding, Swift and Kennedy have recently been spotted elsewhere, reuniting for a romantic weekend earlier in September near Kennedy's boarding school in Massachusetts. The two first appeared as a couple in July when they were seen together at a Mount Kisco pizzeria.
Do you think Taylor Swift was invited to Kyle Kennedy's August wedding? Vote in the poll below.
Do you think Taylor Swift was invited to Kyle Kennedy's wedding?
Yes, but she should have respected the wishes of the mother of the bride. Yes - the mother of the bride is just bitter that her daughter didn't get more attention. No, but who would be upset that Taylor Swift showed up to a wedding reception? No, it was rude of Taylor Swift to defy the request of the mother of the bride.