Taylor Swift jets to UK to see Styles

Last updated 15:24 23/01/2013

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Taylor Swift has jetted to the UK in a reported effort to win back Harry Styles.

The couple dated for several months before splitting earlier this month, apparently after they got into a huge argument while holidaying in British Virgin Islands.

The stars haven't seen each other since, but 23-year-old Swift is apparently determined to change that. She arrived at an airport near London on her private jet yesterday and is said to be in the country with the sole reason of seeing her 18-year-old ex.

"Taylor flew to Luton and then travelled to London yesterday - and there's talk of a meeting with Harry being on the cards," an insider told British newspaper The Sun. "She has no obvious reason or promo duties in London this week."

The timing works well if Swift does want to try to rekindle the relationship as Styles isn't working at the moment. The One Direction star has been in Japan with his band mates, but they recently returned home.

"Harry has just got back from a small tour in Japan with the band and now has four days off," the insider said. "Out of all the hotels there are in London, Taylor has opted for one close to Harry's house."

Swift and Styles were first linked earlier last year, but didn't end up dating until several months later. They were thought to be serious about each other, with Styles reported to be besotted and buying his girlfriend an emerald bracelet to celebrate the start of 2013.

Things soon soured and although neither has spoken about the split it's been suggested Styles grew tired with Swift's talk of antiques.

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