Harry Styles jetted from the South of France into London in the early hours of this morning (15.12.13) to meet Kendall Jenner.
The One Direction heartthrob celebrated winning two trophies at the NRJ Music Awards with the band in Cannes, Southern France, on Saturday night (14.12.13), but flew back to London to join his rumoured new girlfriend in the early hours of this morning (15.12.13).
Harry, 19, was pictured outside US reality star Kendall's hotel at 2.20am, looking tired as he arrived.
It is not known if aspiring model Kendall is in the UK for work or just to see Harry. Earlier yesterday she posted a picture on Instagram of her looking at the famed clock tower which houses Big Ben, next the English capital's Houses of Parliament, captioning it: ''Hey Ben!''
Although Harry and Kendall - who were introduced by their managers in November - have denied they are dating, they have been getting very close in the last few weeks.
Earlier this month Harry met up with Kendall in New York, where he took her to Therapy, a gay bar in the city's Hell's Kitchen area, where an onlooker said: ''He was holding Kendall's hand.''
They were also spotted going for a meal in Hollywood on November 25 and Harry was then seen leaving the Californian home of Kendall's father, Bruce Jenner, a few days later.
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