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Video: Taylor Swift and Harry Styles Surrounded by Fans on Their Central Park Date

December 4, 2012 (4:27 am) GMT
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' songstress and the One Direction star take times to pose with enthusiastic fans before leaving the NYC zoo in a black SUV.

Video of and ' date at Central Park Zoo in New York has surfaced. The couple, who didn't exactly keep low profile during the outing, was surrounded by fans just before they got into an awaiting SUV to leave the place.

Most of the screaming fans were young girls who eagerly approached them to pose with the member. Taylor generously stepped aside to give them a room before she herself got the same request for pictures from other fans.

Taylor and Harry were joined by his stylist Lou Teasdale, her fiance Tom and their baby Lux. At one point, the 22-year-old country/pop star sat next to the 18-year-old British boybander with the kid on her lap while chatting with him.

The romance rumors between the two young stars were sort of confirmed by "" host in mid November. The presenter revealed that they held hands at a rehearsal for her performance on the singing competition.

A different eyewitness told E! News, "He watched her onstage going through her performance. He was sitting with her mom and the rest of her entourage. After she finished, he went up to the stage. They were joking and laughing. He picked her up and threw her over his shoulder and carried her off."

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