Conor Kennedy reportedly visited his mother's grave with several members of the Kennedy family and new girlfriend Taylor Swift on Sunday, August 19.
Swift, 22, was seen at the grave of Mary Kennedy at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery in Hyannis, Massachusetts, according to The New York Daily News. Mary Kennedy committed suicide on May 16.
Conor Kennedy, 18, is the son of Robert Kennedy Jr. and Mary Kennedy. The couple was in the middle of a bitter divorce and Mary Kennedy struggled with alcoholism and depression before she died at 52.
Swift and Kennedy held hands and at one point appeared to bow their heads in prayer, as did his siblings, while visiting the final resting place of his mother.
Last week Swift and Conor Kennedy were spotted holding hands on the beach in Hyannis Port.
Swift and Kennedy, who is the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, have been linked together since late July. The two have not confirmed the relationship but have been photographed several times out together.
There were reports last week that the singer bought a waterfront home across the street from Ethel Kennedy, Conor's grandmother.
Meanwhile on the music front, Swift released details about her upcoming album, called "Red," and released a new single entitled "We Are Never Getting Back Together."
The singer said the song was about her "lovely ex-boyfriend." She did not reveal which ex-boyfriend inspired the song.