Exes Harry Styles and Kendall Jenner Are Reportedly ‘Leaning on Each Other’ During Their Separate Breakups

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The Sun reports that ex-boyfriends Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles are finding solace in each other as they deal with their own separate breakups. Friends of Styles claimed to the outlet that he and Jenner have been "leaning on each other" for the past few weeks.
Jenner quietly split from her NBA player-on-off boyfriend Devin Booker last month. Styles is currently "on a break" with Olivia Wilde, whom he dated for almost two years. Jenner and Styles themselves dated in late 2013 and early 2014. They later sparked dating rumors again when they met again in December 2015 to vacation in Anguilla. They shook hands on a yacht back then, but no major reconciliation came out of it.
However, the two stayed friendly enough to appear on The Late Late Show together when Styles guest-starred in December 2019.
Kendall Jenner with Harry Styles and fellow guest Tracee Ellis Ross while Styles hosted The Late Late Show in December 2019. CBS Photo Archive - Getty Images
Regarding their current connection, a Los Angeles source told The Sun: "Harry and Kendall have always kept in touch, but given their recent splits, they have more time together. And Harry got Kendall's ear for his breakup with Olivia."
"Kendall is one of the few people who understands the level of fame and control that Harry endures," the source continued. "She's also dealing with her own difficult time [with her own breakup]."
However, don't expect Styles and Jenner to catch up on each other. The outlet added that while the two are "very similar," their busy lifestyles would make nothing more than a friendship work.
It's worth noting that Styles and Jenner both ended things with their exes due to scheduling differences caused in part by their careers as a world-touring musician (Styles) and models occasionally touring around the world for fashion week and shoots (Jenner). travelled.
A source told People of Jenner's split from Booker: "Both of them are incredibly busy with their careers right now and they've decided to make that a priority. They have a lot of love and respect for each other and wish only the best.”
Another source told 'Entertainment Tonight' of Styles and Wilde's decision to take a break: "They decided to call it quits a few weeks ago but they really love spending time together. He is preparing for the international leg of his tour next week so this was an opportune time to part ways.”
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