Taylor swift dating conor kennedy
Many a successful former Kennedy girlfriend has survived the demise of her relationship and managed to channel the experience into literature. Rory Kennedy, Conor’s aunt, told ABC News that the singer, who has “read a ton of books about our family,” has already begun to commit her feelings to paper: “She was inspired and wrote a song.” This should be enough to scare the Kennedy family straight.
The fact remains: Kennedys do not have the world’s best track record when it comes to women.
Herewith, a few of history’s lessons for the girl who catches a Kennedy’s eye: Do: Have your own money.
Swift, who has sold 22 million albums and 50 million singles and has earned more than $57 million in her short lifetime, is already well ahead of Conor, best known previously for his severe food allergies. It may already be too late for Swift to keep her Kennedy affections to one.
She began the summer amid rumors of a relationship with Patrick Schwarzenegger, son of Arnold and Maria, and is ending it with Conor, though Swift swears she and Patrick were never more than close friends.
The most successful Kennedy paramours (and alleged paramours) came in with their own identities and their own bank accounts.
Better to be Gloria Swanson, whose fame and success managed to survive an ultimately damaging affair with patriarch Joe Kennedy, than to be written into history books as “Faddle.” One model for this is Suzy “Chapstick” Chaffee, the actress and alpine skier, who credited the rumors of her affair with Ted Kennedy for the passage of the Amateur Sports Act of 1978. There is also the issue of Kennedys not always being the most financially savvy men.
Neither JFK nor RFK—nor their junior versions—was ever winning Husband of the Year.
That said, both Conor and Patrick have had to endure the public airing of their parents’ extreme marital woes.
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