Did Harry Styles Get a Tattoo For Taylor Swift?

Spotted: Taylor Swift and Harry Styles at a tattoo parlor in LA where HS got a fresh new piece of body art on his upper arm:



Yes, that’s Tay trotting along in the background (obviously she’s in some twee retro dress, obviously) but she took a pass on the inking and was just there for moral support.

Or was it more than that?

If Harry’s new ink looks a little familiar, that’s because it happens to be the exact same tattoo found on actor Reeve Carney, Taylor’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” video costar. The song, which you may remember, that was inspired by Harry.

reeve carney tattoo


So has this One Direction stud gotten this oh-so-coincidental ink to show his love for T? Or to prove that he accepts the fact that she (once up on a time) saw him as a heartbreaking love cheat?

Tell me your thoughts on Harry’s new addition and tell me if this portends Haylor lasting a lifetime…or is she on a sinking ship?


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  2. teresakur101 Said:

    Coincidence? No. The question is… Why?

  3. Person Said:

    That’s not even the same ship, coins the amount of sails and masts

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