Despite being a match made in Publicity Heaven, all is not well in Harry Styles and Kendall Jenner’s relationship. Turns out the flash of a paparazzo’s bulb isn’t enough to keep their young love going. But before you call the break-up police (dial 911, extension 4, ask to talk to Peg), know that the two aren’t calling it quits. At least not during the incredibly slow holiday news season when just being a celebrity who’s breathing is enough to garner headlines. No instead Harry’s just talking openly and loudly to some of his friends about how much Kendall bores him. And by friends, I do mean insiders. They’re like friends, only more likely to sell you out for money. Also more likely to write on your Facebook wall on your birthday — so pick your poison, I suppose.
According toÂ Daily StarÂ Sunday, Harry’s struggling to find Kendall’s personality. And yes, before you ask, he has searched her body inside out looking for it. Rumor has it that he’s even double-checked her cleavage to see if it’s hidden in there. He’s also apparetnly struggling to care enough about her to meet her family. After all if she’s putting him to sleep, spending time with four more sisters just like her might just put him in a coma. And while a coma’s good for headlines, it’s known to be a career killer.
But our insiders say the Worcestershireborn singer finds Kendall, 18, “one of the most boring people” he has ever met and that he has no desire to start socialising with her notorious clan. “Harry finds Kendall very attractive but finds her personality practically nonexistent.
Now please do keep in mind that Daily StarÂ SundayÂ referred to Kendall Jenner as Kim Kardashian’s stepsister and NOT half-sister in this article– which in my neck of the woods is usually a credibility destroyer. But the rest of this story seems believable enough that I’m forced to forgive them for totally effing up that fact. After all, did anyone really picture Harry and Kendall staying up late at night talking. Also, on that note, can Kendall Jenner talk? Sure we’ve seen her stare, glare and smize — but have we ever seen her move her mouth and make sounds? The more I think about it, the more I don’t think we have.